Ontario’s One Fare Program for TTC customers starts Monday

The TTC is reminding customers that starting Mon., Feb. 26, they will only pay one fare when transferring between the TTC, GO Transit, and other GTA transit agencies, when the TTC enters Ontario’s One Fare Program.


Customers paying with a PRESTO card, PRESTO in Google Wallet, debit or credit card, will be able to transfer for free between the TTC and Brampton Transit, Durham Region Transit, MiWay, and York Region Transit within the two-hour free transfer period. TTC customers paying single-ride fares connecting to and from GO Transit within a three-hour transfer period will benefit from a fare discount, making their TTC fare free.


For example, adult fare customers transferring between the TTC and GO Transit will save $3.30 on a single trip, while customers utilizing the TTC and YRT will save up to $3.88 on a single adult trip taken between the two agencies within the 2-hour free transfer.


Throughout next week, additional TTC staff will be on hand at key transfer hubs to answer questions about One Fare, including at Union, Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, Kipling, Finch, Kennedy, and Scarborough Centre stations. Customers can also find more information about One Fare at www.ttc.ca.


Under Ontario’s One Fare program, the Province of Ontario, through Metrolinx, will reimburse 100 per cent of eligible trips to transit agencies for foregone fare box revenue. Eligible trips include those made within the free transfer period using a PRESTO fare card, PRESTO in Mobile Wallet, debit or credit card. It does not apply to customers paying with cash, or with a PRESTO ticket, TTC ticket or token.

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