Angry New Yorker

Thursday, May 15, 2003
Judge Orders Fare Increases Rescinded for New York City, By RANDY KENNEDY

"State Supreme Court judge in Manhattan ordered the Metropolitan Transportation Authority yesterday to rescind the transit and commuter fare increases that were approved two months ago, ruling that the authority violated state law by misleading the public about its finances.

But the decision does not mean fares will be rolled back immediately — and if they are rolled back, it may not be permanent. The authority said it would appeal, and even if the ruling is upheld, the M.T.A. could vote again for higher fares
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