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Ontario, Toronto roll out one fare program for GTA

People in the GTA will soon only have to pay once when switching between GO Transit, TTC and other local transit, leading to annual savings of $1,600 per commuter.

Published Feb 5, 2024 at 4:58pm

Barbara Patrocinio
Barbara Patrocinio
Ontario, Toronto roll out one fare program for GTA
Mayor Olivia Chow and Doug Ford at today's announcement of the One Fare Program at Downsview Park Station. (Screengrab photo)

Starting Feb. 26th, transit riders will only pay once when transferring between GO Transit, the TTC and other regional transit agencies in the GTA.

Premier Ford and Mayor Olivia Chow announced the one fare program this Monday, which will integrate fare systems across the GTA, charging riders for just one transit trip regardless of how many buses, subways or streetcars they take.

“This program will be a game-changer for transit riders, it will provide people with more transit options and more convenience,” Ford said.

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