My company’s main office is located right outside New York City, which is approximately a 35 minute train ride on the Metro-North from Grand Central Station. 290 more words
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Recently the MTA installed a bunch of touchscreen info-kiosks, which is great. For tourists.
For the people who live in New York, and depend on the MTA to get them everywhere they need to be (and who pay for the privilege), the kiosks are little more than animated billboards. 562 more words
My cousin Adam shared this with me, “How Memorizing “$19.05” Can Help You Outsmart the MTA ” It is some handy advice, but it is a sad that I need to use some sort of work around to “outsmart the MTA” so I can access my money. 66 more words
NEW YORK (PIX11) – Refilling your MTA card is a pretty standard procedure for anyone traveling underground in New York City.
But for those who pay attention to the details, you probably noticed that annoying leftover balance that’s either a nickel or dime, or just a few cents shy of a ride. 321 more words
In a perfect world, or even one that moderately made any kind of sense, you could buy a $10 MetroCard for $10, use it for four subway rides and refill it when the balance was drained. 306 more words