The coronavirus pandemic has many commuters rethinking their ride. But what do you do if you already have money on a MetroCard?
Ready to ditch your MetroCard and go contactless with OMNY, but don’t know how? This video is for you. Just tap and go.
We're getting ready to welcome more students back to school with: ⬆️🚍 990 extra @NYCTBus trips 😷 Masks in staffed station booths & some buses ✨Continued disinfecting on subways and buses Don't forget to wear your mask and pick up your metrocard'>Student MetroCard once you're back!
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Subway riders can now travel across Manhattan without their MetroCard. The MTA said Tuesday that it has completed installation of electronic readers for its new fare-payment system, OMNY, across all of the borough’s subway stations.
The MTA announces that OMNY contactless fare payment systems are now activated at all 151 subway stations and on all 800+ buses in the borough of Manhattan. Use of OMNY vs the MetroCard is up 95% at stations outfitted with the option over the last 6 months amid the pandemic.
Good morning– just a reminder that starting today you’ll need to pay your local bus fare again—remember to bring your MetroCard. Sliders are installed to protect our bus operators so you can board through the front door. Your fare helps us keep running buses.
NYC's MetroCard days are numbered. New technology will let riders wave cellphones or debit cards at the turnstiles.