MTA Metrocard charges

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You might see MTA Metrocard listed on your credit card statement as:
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What is MTA Metrocard?

The MTA MetroCard is a payment system used for public transportation in New York City. It allows commuters to conveniently travel on subways, buses, and trains operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). The MetroCard can be easily obtained and recharged at various kiosks and stations throughout the city.

  1. Unlimited Ride MetroCard: This card allows for unlimited rides on subways and buses within a certain time period, ranging from 7 to 30 days.
  2. Pay-Per-Ride MetroCard: With this card, customers can load a specific amount of money and pay as they go for each ride, receiving a bonus for every large amount added.
  3. Reduced-Fare MetroCard: Designed for senior citizens, people with disabilities, and Medicare recipients, this card offers discounted fares for eligible individuals.
  4. MetroCard Vending Machines: These machines are available at most subway stations and provide a convenient way to purchase or refill MetroCards.
  5. LIRR (Long Island Rail Road) Tickets: The MetroCard can also be used for purchasing tickets for travel on the LIRR, the commuter rail system serving Long Island and parts of Connecticut.

Whether you're a daily commuter or a visitor exploring the city, the MTA MetroCard offers a simple and efficient way to navigate New York City's extensive transportation network.

MTA Metrocard website:

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