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
            Aug 11 4:00 pm No LIRRCC Meeting

            There will be NO meeting in August.

            Our next LIRCC Meeting will be on October 13, 2022


            Aug 18 11:30 am No MNRCC Meeting

             NO MNRCC Meeting scheduled for August


            Aug 25 12:00 pm No NYCTRC Meeting

            There is No Scheduled NYCTRC Meeting for August.

            See you September 22, 2022


            Sep 8 12:00 pm PCAC Meeting
            Sep 22 12:00 pm NYCTRC Meeting





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            PCAC 2019 Annual Report

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            @MTA All of these critical improvements will come with few negative impacts, and the upsides for riders and the region as a whole far outweigh the downsides for drivers. The importance of the money that congestion pricing will bring in for @MTA cannot be overstated.
            The EA is an important milestone in moving congestion pricing toward reality. It confirms what we already knew: congestion pricing will raise $ for @MTA improvements, reduce traffic/congestion, and improve air quality for the region! Read our statement ⬇️
            "‘Congestion pricing and the money it will bring in are critical to the @MTA’s capital programs, to signals, tracks, stations, rolling stock — all of the things that riders rely on to get them where they need to go,’ said Lisa Daglian, Executive Director of the PCAC."

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