New York City Ferry one-way tickets will increase from $2.75 to $4 starting Monday.  

The changes, announced in July, will also add in discounts for low-income New Yorkers.

This change is the first phase of Mayor Eric Adams’ “NYC Ferry Forward.”

According to a July press release from the city, the jump is aimed at “visitors or infrequent riders,” and that it could earn the city “as much as $2 million in additional annual revenue.”

Riders who purchase a ten-trip pass for $27.50 will continue to pay the old rate. 

Senior citizens, people with disabilities and current participants of the Fair Fares program will be eligible to pay $1.35 per ticket.

In addition, the 30-day pass, standard monthly pass and discounted monthly pass will be terminated. According to the NYC Ferry, 30-day passes prior to Sept. 12 will continue to be valid for a year after purchase. 

Riders who bring their bicycles on board will no longer be charged a $1 fee, according to NYC Ferry.