Metro-North Fare Hike Hits Jan. 1 For Rye Riders

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Rye and Port Chester Metro North Riders will experience a fare hike on Wednesday, Jan. 1. Photo Credit: The Daily Voice File Photo

RYE, N.Y. -- Residents from Rye and Port Chester who ride Metro-North's New Haven Line will see the cost of a ticket increase Wednesday, Jan. 1.

Port Chester and Rye riders will see an average increase of abut 2.5 percent on all weekly and monthly train passes

The increased fares will be implemented along the New Haven Line and Shore Line East, affecting all riders who travel between Connecticut and New York.  That includes on the Danbury, New Canaan and Waterbury branch lines.

Most Metro-North riders are opposed to the rate increases, especially after the year that included two major derailments, one of which was fatal, and a power outage that left the New Haven Line in the dark for 12 days.

In a voluntary online survey, 88 percent of Daily Voice readers who participated were opposed to any rate hikes. Nine percent felt the rate hikes were necessary and three percent didn't have an opinion.

To view a full outline of the fare increases, click here.

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