The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will host a public hearing in Queens on Thursday night, Nov. 15, to take input on four proposed fare hike schedules for public transportation in the city.
The hearing will begin at 5 p.m. in the ballroom at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel at 135-20 39th Ave. in Flushing.
People wishing to speak will be able to sign up until 8 p.m.
Two of the proposals would increase bus and subway fares a quarter to $2.50 per ride.
Others would maintain the current $2.25 fare but would reduce or eliminate the bonus for filling a MetroCard with $10 or more.
Those proposals also would increase the cost of weekly MetroCards from $29 to $30, while a $30-day unlimited card would go from $104 to $112.
Tolls would increase $1 each way on the RFK-Triborough, Throgs Neck, Whitestone and Verrazano-Narrows bridges.
The increases will go into effect in March 2013 as the MTA seeks to increase revenue by $450 million next year.