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Fare Hike

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Midtown »

You can still swipe New Yorkers into the system with your MetroCard — just don't charge them for it.

Financial District »

Unlimited 30-day MetroCards will increase to $121 from $116.50.

SoHo »

The MetroCards popping up on eBay and Craigslist feature the logo of popular streetwear brand Supreme.

Financial District »

MTA board members slammed the transit agency's train delay data as being too vague.

Financial District »

The MTA is choosing between two different fare hike options that will raise MetroCard costs.

Financial District »

The MTA's board is debating what can be done to help riders cope with a fare hike coming in 2017.

Jackson Heights »

The cost of a weekly MetroCard would also go up to $32 under the proposals.

Astoria »

Single subway rides will bump up to $2.75 and  an unlimited monthly pass will cost $116.50.

Midtown »

Tell us your thoughts on the new fare hikes, and how they will impact your monthly budget, if at all.

Midtown »

The base fare for a subway and bus ride will be $2.75; a monthly MetroCard will be $116.50.

TriBeCa »

The MTA said it will increase fares in 2015 and 2017 by 4 percent, not the projected 7 percent.

New York City »

The latest round of fare and toll hikes kicked in Sunday.

New York City »

Single rides will cost straphangers $2.50 and weekly MetroCards will cost $112 come March.

New York City »

MTA Chair Joe Lhota wants to see the base fare for subways and buses go up.

New York City »

The MTA unveiled its options for March fare hikes Monday.