24 Hours to Save 24-Hour Subway Service!

If New York State politicians don't find a sensible way to fund the MTA within the next few weeks, the consequences for transit riders will be disastrous.

Starting on May 31, you'll be paying $2.50 for a single ride. $103 for a 30-day MetroCard. More than 25% more for Metro-North and LIRR tickets. NYC transit officials say they may even have to end late-night train service if politicians in Albany don't act.1

A major vote on an MTA funding plan is expected to take place in the New York State Senate this week - as soon as Tuesday.

Our goal is to send 25,000 messages before the vote, urging our leaders to stop dragging their feet and agree on a fair, comprehensive plan to save transit riders.

Tell your state Senator to do the right thing and vote to halt the hike: 

(After you hit "send my message," get your own full-color printed copy of the "Service Changes" parody poster)

November 29, 2015


Dear Senator

We will add your signature from the information you provide.

After clicking 'Send My Message' you'll be taken to a page with a large version of our poster to download.


1. New Cuts Could Doom Late-Night Subway Service, M.T.A. Director Says

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