Say hello to the weekly fare cap
Tap and go with peace of mind. With OMNY, you will not pay more than $33 in total fares between Monday and Sunday, no matter how many rides you take. It’s like a 7-Day Unlimited Ride Pass, but without the upfront cost.
One secure account to manage your travel
View your trips and charges
Securely access your trip history and transaction activity in your personalized dashboard.
Track progress toward your weekly fare cap
See how close you are to free rides.
Manage your travel cards
Manage your bank cards and OMNY cards — all in one place.
Save your favorite locations
Pick any station, stop, route, line, or branch, and track transportation service in real-time.
Rolling out OMNY, everywhere for everyone
Subway and bus rollout
2019 to 2020
First, we launched a public pilot at select subway stations and buses. Then, we expanded to all remaining subway stations and buses across the five boroughs over the course of one year. Today, you can tap and go throughout New York City using your own contactless credit or debit card, smart device, or OMNY card.
Enhanced digital experience
2020 to 2021
As the subway and bus rollout took place, we focused on optimizing your digital experience with OMNY. We have delivered improvements to the OMNY website beginning in 2021, including the ability to reload OMNY cards online. More enhancements, features, and services are coming in the months ahead.
Expanded fare options
2021 to 2022
In the coming months, we plan to support expanded fare options, including reduced fares, student fares, and special programs, across subway, bus, paratransit, and commuter rail. We will continue to expand OMNY card availability to additional retail locations throughout the region, install new vending machines throughout the system, and more, as the system rollout continues. With this variety of options, you will have flexibility and choice – making it simple and easy to make fare payments in advance or on the move.
OMNY rollout completion
The rollout of OMNY will occur in phases, and existing fare payment options will remain in place until OMNY is available everywhere for everyone.