WOODBURY - A new policy proposal from the MTA could affect train fares for commuters.
The MTA may do away with the stop-over courtesy which allows riders to get off at a station before their end destination and re-board later in the day.
The agency may also stop honoring some tickets for up to four hours before and after they are officially valid.
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It may also raise the price of a special ticket sold at Penn Station for the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade, from $7 to $10.
The MTA board is expected to vote on the changes tomorrow.