Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA represents transit and commuter rail riders in the 12-county MTA region.

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Meet the Councils

The Long Island Rail Road Commuter Council advocates for LIRR commuters.

The Metro-North Railroad Commuter Council advocates for MNR commuters.

The NYC Transit Riders Council advocates for NYC subway, bus and Staten Island Railway riders.


            Upcoming Events

            Check out our calendar and stay up-to-date with PCAC and Council events.
            Date Time Subject
            Oct 13 4:00 pm LIRRCC Meeting

            This meeting will be held remotely via Zoom:

            Oct 20 12:00 pm MNRCC Meeting

            This meeting will be held remotely via ZOOM


            Oct 24 9:00 am MTA Committee Meeting
            Oct 26 8:30 am MTA Board Meeting
            Oct 27 12:00 pm NYCTRC Meeting



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            Freedom Ticket II: Now, More than Ever!


            How the MTA can transition into the new normal: Getting Riders Back On-Board

            Do the Math: On Track For a Better Ride​

            Check out our interactive tool – Do the Math: On Track For a Better Ride​ – which shows how different…


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            @ndhapple @vanshnook Atlantic Ticket covers peak/off peak & has a weekly option that includes an unlimited weekly MetroCard— currently the best deal, but only available in 10 SE Queens stations & Brooklyn. City Ticket is off peak only on both railroads. They should be combined into #FreedomTicketNow!
            Can you imagine how much ticket sales would increase if they worked 24/7 AND included transfers to the subway and bus? Or if we could use TrainTime/eTix apps to buy Atlantic Tickets?! #FreedomTicketNow will help riders afford faster transit and help fund @MTA service!
            There’s also a time and a place— during climate week— for @GovMurphy to fight the climate crisis by supporting congestion pricing here and now. Encouraging Jerseyites to continue to drive into the densest and most transit-accessible city in the country is harmful climate policy.

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