Boston is considering launching a municipal ID card and has carried out a feasibility study for the card.
New York City
This is a link to the IDNYC program which issues the ID cards.
New York launched the IDNYC municipal identification program in 2015. The IDNYC card can be used by all residents of NYC regardless of immigration status. The card can be used to as "proof of identity, an ID for benefits applications and opening bank accounts, and a membership and discount card for services throughout the city"
In 2018, IDNYC announced that it was upgrading the card by embedding a smart chip that would enable the card holder to make electronic payments and would also serve as another authentication factor. "The EMV chip will support integration with other government programs such as NYC’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s planned contactless fare payment system and the city public health care system’s medical records database."
Furthermore, the card would "allow for payments to private vendors throughout the city, using both contactless and traditional card-reader systems."