MTA officials released the worst-case scenario for fare hikes today as the agency struggles to close a $1.2 billion budget gap.
The highest hikes for a single ride could be $3, and the most a 30-day unlimited MetroCard could cost is $105 under the cutthroat plan to save costs.
Other drastic fare increases include a 14-day unlimited card increasing to $60, and a seven-day express bus MetroCard priced at $51.
The agency is also considering raising the amount a straphanger pays up front to get a MetroCard bonus by $6.
Two-way tolls could also jump to $7.
SINGLE RIDE FARE COULD GO UP TO $3