LIRR: Garage fees to rise at Ronkonkoma, Mineola

MTA and Long Island Rail Road officials say parking garage fees are going up at the Ronkonkoma and Mineola train stations. The fees will rise

The fees will rise from $54 a month to $70 a month.

The fees will rise from $54 a month to $70 a month. (8/19/15)

RONKONKOMA - MTA and Long Island Rail Road officials say parking garage fees are going up at the Ronkonkoma and Mineola train stations.

The fees will rise from $54 a month to $70 a month.

As News 12 reported last week, parking at the newly built garage at the Wyandanch train station will start out at $70.

Commuters were notified recently by email about the monthly parking increase.

The MTA and LIRR say the hike will cover maintenance and 24-hour security.

The fee increase will take effect on Sept. 1.

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