Announcement: Coming Soon
The City of New York will be changing its commuter benefits provider from WageWorks to Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions. This change will begin in the spring of 2019.
Please read below for more information.
This is part of our continued effort to provide the highest-quality benefits to City employees. All the existing commuter benefits products will continue to be offered, and more information will be posted here over the coming months.
1. Check your email and mailing address
Take a moment now and check that your email and mailing address are up-to-date. Information about the program will be communicated to your email and mailing address on file.
2. Check that your commuter payroll deductions match your commuting costs.
Your commuter payroll deductions will be sent to Edenred when the change occurs. To ensure that the correct amount is sent to Edenred, you should use the above links to verify that your monthly commuter benefits payroll deduction amount matches your monthly commuting cost.
3. Stay alert for updates.
You will be receiving communications from Edenred and your employer that will keep you updated about this change.
As employee of the City of New York, you are eligible for using your pre-tax and post-tax payroll deductions to cover certain public transportation costs through the Commuter Benefits Program. The program is offered by WageWorks, the City’s commuter benefits provider, and works throughout the New York tri-state area.
The payroll deductions are taken from the first two paychecks of each month. In months with three pay periods there are no transit deductions taken from the third paycheck. You can always check your balance on the WageWorks website.
See the advantages of the program.
Learn about the various plans.
See Commuter FAQ.
Sign Up for the program.
The Commuter Benefits Program is for NYC government employees only and is offered by WageWorks, the City’s commuter benefit provider.
Members of the public, including businesses and their employees: get more information about the Commuter Benefits Law, or call 311. The Commuter Benefits Law requires certain businesses to offer their eligible employees a pre-tax transportation deduction.