Employees of the City of New York can use pre-tax and post-tax payroll deductions for certain public transportation costs through the Commuter Benefits Program. The current program is offered by Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions, the City’s commuter benefits provider.
See the advantages of the program.
Learn about the various plans.
See Commuter FAQ.
See a list of transit providers.Sign Up for the program.
|July 29, 2019
Post-Tax and Pre-Tax Refunds from WageWorks
If your WageWorks account contained a post-tax balance as of June 30, that balance has now been mailed to your home address or sent to you via direct deposit. If you have not yet received it, please contact WageWorks.
If your WageWorks account contained a pre-tax balance as of June 30, that balance will be made available in your Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions account during mid- to late-August.
The FISA-OPA Transit Benefit Unit has the list of participants to whom a post-tax deduction refund was issued. Please contact the FISA-OPA Transit Benefit Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the list of participants in your agency.
If you are an agency employee, please speak with your Transit Benefit Coordinator.
|July 29, 2019
Your Edenred Annual Transit Card
If you have not received your new ATC, log into your Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions account and go to My Account > Order History > Request Replacement.
If the initial ATC card you receive in the mail becomes lost, stolen, or damaged, replace it by visiting the Edenred Commuter Benefit Solutions ATC Walk-In Customer Service Center located in Midtown Manhattan.
|June 30, 2019
You Must be Enrolled in the Edenred Commuter Benefits Solutions program to Use Your Commuter Benefits
WageWorks products will no longer function.
Commuter Card Users:
Transit Pass / Access-a-Ride/ Park-n-Ride Users:
Premium Transit Check MetroCard Users:
The Commuter Benefits Program is for NYC government employees only and is offered by Edenred, 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.