by R36 Combine Coach
NJT vending machines do return change in bills. As for $1 coins, Canadians have gotten used to them
for some reason.
for some reason.
Since my friend continues to chain smoke nonstop, she is probably an Alco.
ExCon90 wrote: ↑Tue Jun 01, 2021 8:45 pm I think the government simply stopped printing $1 bills, so getting used to the loonies inevitably followed. For $1 coins to work in the US two things would be needed:EC90 and Everyone: I have been watching this topic - and will contribute information in multiple posts
Stop printing $1 bills!!!
Make the $1 coin distinguishable from a quarter. (They could also break new ground by actually putting a numeral on the coin -- is the US the only country that doesn't put numerals on its coins?
R36 Combine Coach wrote: ↑Thu May 27, 2021 6:06 pm When PATH retired QuickCard in favor of SmartLink, customers were instructed to use up QuickCards asR36:
they would expire. No refunds or SmartLink credit were offered.
NYCT still redeems tokens at cash value for refund (by appointment only or mail).
Head-end View wrote: ↑Thu Jun 03, 2021 3:41 pm If I'm not mistaken Railroad.Net existed as far back as the year 2000, which was when I got on the Internet.H-E View: You are thinking about the earlier version of Railroad.Net which was brought down back in
west point wrote: ↑Sat May 29, 2021 12:24 am OMNY========= Oh my not yet !WP: Interesting thought...Does the MTA even have any kind of timeline at this point to go forward
GirlOnTheTrain wrote: ↑Fri Jun 04, 2021 11:28 am Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road trips for the same price as NYCT.Only MBTA has commuter rail in city limits same fare as subway. LIRR zone 1 fares (in city) are
R36 Combine Coach wrote: ↑Sat Jun 05, 2021 2:06 amI would think of it this way: LIRR zone 1 is a true "express" in comparison to the subway, which even though they have "express trains" (diamond signage) it's still the same price.GirlOnTheTrain wrote: ↑Fri Jun 04, 2021 11:28 am Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road trips for the same price as NYCT.Only MBTA has commuter rail in city limits same fare as subway. LIRR zone 1 fares (in city) are
much higher than local intermediate fare rest of system.
STrRedWolf wrote: ↑Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:40 am I would think of it this way: LIRR zone 1 is a true "express" in comparison to the subway, which evenAnother analogy could be the premium fare express buses between Midtown Manhattan and other boroughs
though they have "express trains" (diamond signage) it's still the same price.
daybeers wrote: ↑Fri Jun 25, 2021 11:26 am When will OMNY be able to be used on the AirTrain? Seems very silly it's on all subway & bus lines but not to the airport.DB: The JFK Airtrain is a Port Authority of NY and NJ service and is not part of the MTA or NYCT.