NEW YORK — When the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) is in session, it can make you feel like you’re in a movie, a TV show, or a reality show.
The city’s Transportation Department, which has been under the control of Mayor Bill de Blasio for decades, has launched an online promo program for people to use as a means of getting $150 cash back on gas purchases.
The program, which goes on for a month, features a kohler, a gas station attendant, and a kiosk at the Manhattan entrance to the New Jersey Transit terminal.
The kiosk can accept cash, credit cards, or the city’s electronic transfer system.
The program can be used for $150 to $500.
It’s an interesting twist on the typical fare card, which will cost $5 for a $1 purchase and $3.50 for a dollar purchase, according to the DOT.
This is a great way to make a little extra cash.
“If you have to buy $1, you can do it with a kohl, and it’s free,” said Daniel De La Cruz, director of the DOT’s Manhattan station operations.
The New York Post has a good look at the promo program.
The city says that the kiosk will accept cash for up to $1.50.
It will then charge a $3 fee per $1 spent.
After the $150 promo is used, it will add $5 toward the next $150 purchase.
The kiosk is set up in a parking lot at the entrance to Penn Station, which is open 24 hours a day.
It’s also set up on Staten Island, so you can take a break there.
The $150 offer is for purchases of $50 or more.
The city has partnered with New York Transit, which runs the same kiosk for a fee of $25.
The New York Metro, which serves Manhattan, is also accepting the promo.
The promotion is available to residents of New York and New Jersey who live within the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Long Island.
It appears that New York has made some adjustments to the promo system.
When the program is active, all fares purchased with a New York State ID card must be charged to the City’s Electronic Transfer system.
That means the promo is only valid for gas purchases in New York, and not in New Jersey.
The DOT has posted the promo on its website, and you can see a map showing where the kiosks are located.
Here’s a look at where the promo can be found:The kiosks in New Yorkers neighborhoods and areas are in locations where it’s safe to shop, according the DOT: