The MTA is considering a new commuter program that targets people who live in Brooklyn and Queens. The proposed program would impact the fare prices for residents of the two boroughs. The over arching goal of the program is to ease the long commutes the residents have in those areas of the city. The program would cut the cost of one way tickets to $5 and one-week passes to $60 for LIRR trips to Atlantic Terminal from 9 different stations. You can read more about the proposal in Dan Rivoli’s article published in on May 22, 2018.
What do you think? Will the reduced fares make commuting easier for residents of Brooklyn and Queens?
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