MTA Subway

Taking the NYC subway can be a great mode of transportation. It is relatively quick, simple, and affordable. Over 4.3 million people ride the NYC subway system every day.

For your convenience, we have compiled some direct links to the MTA website to help your transportation experience be a pleasant one. The MTA website has all the information you’ll need — NYC subway maps, fares, service status, planned service changes, and information about the NYC subway system.

Click below to view the link:

*Metro Card

*MTA Subway Maps

*Service Status

METRO CARD FARES (Effective March 3, 2013)

  • Base Single Ride Fare: $2.50
  • Single Ticket Fare: $2.75 (Sold at vending machines only. Must be used within 2 hours, no transfers included)
  • Monthly MetroCard/30-Day Unlimited: $112
  • 7-Day Unlimited: $30.00
  • 7-Day Express Bus Plus: $55.00
  • Express Bus: $6.00
  • Fee to Purchase New MetroCard $1, so save those used or expired NYC MetroCards and exchange them for a new one! Fee applies to each new MetroCard purchased at station booth, vending machine or commuter rail station.
  • Pay Per Ride Bonus: An additional 5% is added to your MetroCard with the purchase or addition of $5 or more.

Those who qualify for a reduced fare can travel for half fare. Up to three children 44 inches tall and under ride for free on subways and local buses when accompanied by a fare paying adult. Infants (under two years of age) ride express buses free if the child sits on the lap of the accompanying adult. Using a Metro Card can lower the cost of your rides.

The previous fares were:

  • One-Way Ride: $2.25
  • Single Ride Ticket: $2.50
  • Express Bus Ride: $5.50

Have a safe trip!

 

Have a safe trip!

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