MTA possibly putting brakes on planned 2015 fare hike

According to Newsday, the agency is looking to

According to Newsday, the agency is looking to use new revenue to reduce a planned 7.5 percent hike.

WOODBURY - The MTA could be putting the brakes on a fare hike in 2015.

According to Newsday, the agency is looking into using new revenue to reduce a planned 7.5 percent increase slated for 2015.

The report also states they are considering using $40 million in new state aid to increase service.

An updated financial plan is set to be released in July.  

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