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New York subway reduced fare (65+) also for foreigners?

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I see on one hand it says "for 65+" but on the other, hand further down, if you want to pay with cash every time

..."When you pay with cash, you must present an acceptable form of identification (ID). Show your ID to a subway Station Agent or Bus Operator. Accepted forms of ID are: a NYC Department of Aging ID card, Medicare card (Medicaid not accepted), Access-A-Ride ID card, MTA Reduced-Fare ID card (pre-1995)."

which makes me think it is NOT for non- US citizens.

Anyone know the answer?

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