Commuter Benefits Law

Information for Workers: Commuter Benefits Law

Under NYC’s Commuter Benefits Law, most private and nonprofit employers with 20 or more full-time non-union employees in NYC must offer a commuter benefits program. Employees can lower their monthly expenses by using pre-tax income to pay for transit expenses.

Informational Materials

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Laws and Rules

New York City Administrative Code > Title 20: Consumer and Worker Protection > Chapter 9: Mass Transit Benefits

Rules of the City of New York > Title 6: Department of Consumer and Worker Protection > Chapter 7: Office of Labor Policy and Standards > Subchapter C: Transportation Benefits