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I've provided a list of all of the fares per the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (which governs the city's fares).The important thing to remember when looking at these numbers is that you often sit in traffic in the cab- you are charged for that time as well as the time/mileage spent moving. Also, if you're visiting the city- please be aware of "gypsy" cabs (black cars) that try to pick up passengers when you can't find a cab. If you insist on taking one- agree on a price before entering the car.Standard City Rate (Rate Code 1)$2.50 upon entry$0.50 for each additional unitThe unit fare is:one-fifth of a mile, when the taxicab is traveling at 6 miles an hour or more; or60 seconds when not in motion or traveling at less than 6 miles per hour.The taximeter shall combine fractional measures of distance and time in accruing a unit of fare. Any combination of distance or time shall be computed by the taximeter in accordance with the National Institute of Standards and Technology Handbook 44.The fare shall include pre-assessment of the unit currently being accrued; the amount due may therefore include a full unit charge for a final, fractional unit.Night surcharge of $.50 after 8:00 PM & before 6:00 AMPeak hour Weekday Surcharge of $1.00 Monday - Friday after 4:00 PM & before 8:00 PMNew York State Tax Surcharge of $.50 per ride.Flat Fare from John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport:For trips between (to and from) Manhattan and JFK International Airport, the flat fare is $52.00 plus any tolls using Rate Code 2 on the meter. A NY State Tax Surcharge of $.50 will be added to each trip.If passengers request multiple stops, the flat rate of $52.00 will be collected at the first stop in either Manhattan or JFK International Airport, and the meter will be activated at Rate Code 1 (standard city rate) for the remainder of the trip. The metered fare should be collected at the last stop, from the last passenger.All trips between JFK International Airport and New York City destinations other than Manhattan will use that standard metered rate.TollsOn all trips within New York City, any bridge and tunnel tolls to the destination shall be paid by the passenger, who shall be informed before the start of the trip.On all trips within New York City, return tolls shall not be charged except for trips over the Cross Bay Veterans, Marine Parkway-Gil Hodges Memorial, and Verrazano Narrows Bridges.On trips beyond New York City, all necessary tolls to and from the destination shall be paid by the passenger.