BROOKLYN, N.Y. - The MTA is asking Brooklyn commuters to weigh in on its proposed fare and toll hikes Monday night.
A public hearing is set for 5 p.m. at Long Island University Brooklyn's Kumble Theater.
The next hearing in the city is set for Tuesday in Queens.
The MTA is considering two fare hike options.
The first one keeps the base fare at $2.75, but eliminates the MetroCard bonus.
The price of unlimited passes would also go up, and tolls would increase by four percent.
The second plan raises the base fare to $3 dollars, and ups the bonus to 10 percent.
Unlimited passes would cost more, and tolls would increase by eight percent.
The MTA will hold its final vote on fare and toll hikes next month, and the increases take effect in March.