MTA charges

Ramp has processed transactions for MTA.

You might see MTA listed on your credit card statement as:
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MTA could appear on your statement as:

What is MTA?

MTA, or the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, is a transportation network that provides public transportation services to New York City and surrounding communities. The MTA manages several modes of transportation, including subways, buses, trains, bridges, tunnels, and ferries. The company's mission is to provide reliable, safe, and affordable transportation services to its customers.

The top 5 products and services offered by the MTA are as follows:

  1. Subway and Bus Services: The MTA operates the largest subway and bus network in the world, providing transportation to millions of passengers every day.
  2. Metro-North Railroad: The Metro-North Railroad provides commuter rail services to parts of New York and Connecticut, serving 82 stations.
  3. Long Island Rail Road: The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) provides commuter rail services to Long Island and parts of Queens, bringing over 300,000 passengers to their destinations every day.
  4. Bridges and Tunnels: The MTA operates seven bridges and two tunnels, providing motorists with reliable and safe travel throughout the New York City area.
  5. Accessibility Services: The MTA offers a variety of accessibility services for people with disabilities, including ADA-accessible subway stations, paratransit services, and a Travel Training program to teach passengers how to navigate the transportation system.
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