The MTA will soon be handing out new courtesy passes as a way to say sorry to passengers inconvenienced on their commute.

The agency says the new initiative replaces the old system to include commuters with disabilities or strollers who have to deal with elevator breakdowns.

Under previous rules, riders were only given block tickets when a mechanical issue forced them off a train.

The new courtesy passes are valid for 48 hours and can be used for reentry into another train station or bus.

The passes will be available starting tomorrow.