LGA Connect offers $15 rides from LaGuardia to Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
LaGuardia Airport is teaming up with ride-sharing company, Via, to set a $20 cap for shared rides within New York City.
The program, called LGA Connect, will cost $20 for shared trips to Staten Island and the Bronx.
Whilst journeys to Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens will cost only $15.
According to the company, passengers will not have to wait for the 6-passenger Mercedes Metris van to be filled.
The vehicle will set off every 10-minutes regardless of how few passengers are onboard.
Travellers will be dropped off on a corner near their desired destination, up to a maximum distance of two blocks.
LGA Connect is currently in a pilot phase and available for passengers arriving at LaGuardia Airport in Terminals C and D.
“We are in the peak of construction of an entirely new airport with the high-volume holiday travel season now upon us,” Rick Cotton, the Port Authority’s executive director, said in a statement.
“Since the agency is constantly looking for ways to reduce congestion and improve the LaGuardia experience, we welcome Via’s LGA Connect service.”