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Civic Center »

Officials urged Mayor Bill de Blasio to commit $200 million from the budget to fund the program. 

Upper East Side »

Readers weighed in on whether the MTA should offer a half-priced program for low-income residents.

Upper East Side »

A number of groups are pushing the mayor's office to start a half-priced ridership program.

Flushing »

The thief snagged a sleeping subway passenger's wallet and took themselves to IHOP.

Midtown »

If you'd rather take a car than suffocate in a humid subway station, this deal is for you. 

Grasmere »

The agency said no more will come because it's phasing out the tickets — in 2018.

Navy Yard »

New Yorkers can enter to win an annual pass for the new Citywide Ferry service.

Astoria »

They stole cash from his coat, which was on a rack inside Most Precious Blood church, police said.

Forest Hills »

The MTA is soliciting bids to install a system of "contactless" devices to collect bus and subway fares.

Inwood »

Vending machines at the Dyckman Street 1 and A train stations were down this week, the MTA said.

Bed-Stuy »

Artists Al Diaz and Juan Carlos Pinto team up for a showcase created from MTA materials.

West Village »

The man was asking passengers to swipe him through, police said.

Red Hook »

The move will double the cost of commuting for potential riders, residents say.

Flatbush »

Juan Carlos Pinto first started the recycling art form in protest of the MTA fare hikes in 2002.