The TTC has different fares for Adults, Post-Secondary Students, Seniors, and Students.
Customers who have a valid transfer, pass, POP reciept, or validated TTC ticket can board certain streetcars at the centre or rear doors.
Transfers are free and must be obtained where you pay your fare. The use of TTC transfers are subject to specific terms and conditions.
Passengers who ride the TTC immediately before and after a GO Train/Bus trip can use the TTC transfer from their first TTC ride to board the second TTC vehicle.
An additional cash supplement (or equivalent) is required with your first TTC fare on TTC routes running beyond Toronto.
The PRESTO electronic fare devices that are seen and located in select TTC subway stations are the sole responsibility of PRESTO.
A new E-Ticketing option will be available starting early July to make taking the TTC easier for customers.
On Monday, November 23, the TTC Board approved the 2016 TTC Operating and Capital budgets.
97A Yonge diverting northbound via Yonge Street to York Mills due to construction at Yonge Street and Yonge Boulevard.
Last updated Jun 20, 6:56 AM