The October Metropass, which celebrates Toronto’s Little Jamaica neighbourhood and the area’s reggae music and culture, is on sale starting Mon., Sept. 24 through Fri., Oct. 5.
This month’s card features a mural that was created by artist Adrian Hayles and is located at Eglinton Ave. W. and Oakwood Ave. The art was created as part of The Laneway Project, with funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The design incorporates input from the local BIA, residents, the reggae music community, local civic organizations and business owners.
Metropasses are available for purchase at collector booths and participating TTC fare agents and are $146.25 for adults and $116.75 for seniors (65+), students (13-19) and post-secondary students with valid ID. The TTC is discontinuing Metropasses as of the end of this year. The final Metropass will be available for sale from Nov. 24 until Dec. 5.
TTC Monthly Passes and 12 Month Passes are available on PRESTO. These passes cost the same and provide the same unlimited travel as a regular Metropass or Metropass Discount Plan (MDP). Monthly passes on PRESTO are also available for sale from Sept. 24 until Oct. 5. Customers can purchase a TTC Monthly Pass from select Shoppers Drug Mart locations, from a PRESTO Fare Vending Machine at select TTC subway station entrances or online at prestocard.ca. 12 Month Passes on PRESTO are available online at prestocard.ca. Starting in November, post-secondary monthly passes will also be available on PRESTO. For more information about PRESTO, please visit www.ttc.ca/presto.