If you see something, say something — and pocket $2,000.
The MTA is launching a new anti-violence against transit workers campaign that provides hefty rewards to people who help cops nab criminal.
Ads offering $2,000 to members of the public who call cops after witnessing an attack against an MTA employee are now being posted on buses.
The ads will be on subways later this month.
Gov. Cuomo announced the program — known as Transit Watch — earlier this year to address the increase in assaults on MTA workers.
“Thousands of men and women work on the front lines of the MTA system every day to make sure millions of people can get to work safely,” said MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota.
“We need to ensure they stay safe as well. Transit Watch puts criminals on notice that if they assault a bus or subway employee, everyone who sees it happen is going to help put them in jail.”
Source: NY Post