NYC BY THE NUMBERS: Subway ridership is way down. Which stations have seen the biggest declines in passenger entrances and what might plummeting ridership mean in terms of lost revenue for NYC Transit?
Pursuant to Admin. Code Sect. 14-172, report on the number of arrests for theft of services (Penal Law Section 165.15(3)) in a New York City subway station and the number of summonses returnable to the Transit Adjudication Bureau that were issued for subway fare evasion (21 NYCRR Section 1050.4).
This report outlines how the MTA can dramatically expand its five borough transit network at an estimated cost of just $50 million per year by aligning fares within the five boroughs across its commuter rail, subway, and bus systems.