MTA rolls out free e-ticket app on LIRR

Instead of waiting on line, commuters can now buy their ticket on their phone and it will be scanned electronically.

Instead of waiting on line, commuters can now buy their ticket on their phone and it will be scanned electronically.

Instead of waiting on line, commuters can now buy their ticket on their phone and it will be scanned electronically. (8/23/16)

WOODBURY - The MTA has rolled out their free e-ticket app for every branch of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North. 

Instead of waiting on line, commuters can now buy their ticket on their phone and it will be scanned electronically. 

The app includes all options, round-trip, one-way, weekly and monthly tickets.

The program had been tested out on the Port Washington line before being expanded systemwide. 

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