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If you are 65 years of age or older or have a disability that qualifies (blindness, hearing impairment, ambulatory disability, loss of both hands, or mental retardation or other mental capacity impairment), you are eligible for a MTA Reduced-Fare MetroCard.

The Reduced-Fare MetroCards are personalized with your name and photograph, but work the same as a regular MetroCard. You can buy unlimited rides or you can pay-per-ride.

Reduced-fares are also available with any of the following forms of identification:

* NYC Department of the Aging ID card
* Medicare card (Medicaid card not accepted)
* Access-A-Ride ID card
* MTA Reduced-Fare ID card (pre-1995)

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List of out-of-service elevators and escalators in the New York City Transit system.

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ACES is a direct train service from NYC Penn Station to Atlantic City with one short stop in Newark. These multi level trains run Friday through Sunday. Food & beverage available on the train including alcoholic beverage options.

Customers requiring assistance should make reservations using the ACES hotline (877-326-7428). The stations have elevators from street level to platform level, and "bridge plates" to get on and off the train are available upon request. The wheelchair-accessible seating is located nearest to the train car entrance. The ticket cost for this area is the same as coach fare. Service animals are welcome. Once in Atlantic City, wheelchair-accessible jitney buses can be taken to the hotel of your choice.

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MTA's interactive subway map shows all wheelchair-accessible stations.

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Information about subway station accessibility, raised line Braille and large print maps, reduced fare MetroCards, and elevator and and escalator availability hotline.

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