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Infographic: How Far Can You Travel on a Single Subway Fare?

Tuesday, October 09, 2012 - 12:16 PM

(NYU Rudin Center)

As New York's MTA mulls over specifics for its coming fare hike, NYU's Rudin Center is looking at what riders get for their money.

From the center's blog: "Even if the base fare is raised to $2.50, you’re still able to go about six times farther on a MetroCard than the MBTA Charlie Card, WMATA SmarTrip or any other city fare."

Unlike other systems -- DC's Metro, for example -- the New York City subway operates on a flat rate. So whether the trip is ten blocks or 31 miles (the distance of the longest ride with no change of trains), the undiscounted fare is $2.25.

Check out the twitter conversation about this story. And read the Rudin Center's post here.

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ליסינג פרטי אאודי

ליסינג פרטי אאודי...

... ליסינג פרטי - גם המצב של המשק הישראלי מעלה את הצריכה ומחזקת את המשק. במרבית המקרים התשלום החודשי - בליסינג תפעולי הבעלות על הרכב או לשדרג לרכב חדש ליסינג פרטי אאודי. כי כפי שאמרנו בהתח... Infographic: How Far Can You Travel on a Single Subway Fare ...

Oct. 18 2012 07:59 AM

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