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Ontario’s One Fare program hits 5+ million transfers

Metrolinx has announced that as of April 19, transit customers have made more than five million transfers between the TTC and participating transit systems through Ontario’s One Fare Program.

Through the One Fare Program, riders only pay once when travelling between TTC and GO Transit, Brampton Transit, Durham Region Transit, MiWay and York Region Transit.

First launched to customers on February 26, the program is reducing the cost of using public transit, with potential savings of up to $1,600 annually for an adult commuting five days a week.

Metrolinx said commuters can also leverage various payment options to pay for their fare, including Presto cards, credit/debit cards, or Presto in Google Wallet, to take advantage of savings through the One Fare Program.

Whether travelling from Brampton, Oshawa or anywhere in between, Ontario’s One Fare Program makes it more affordable and easier to choose transit first. You can learn more about Ontario’s One Fare Program and the 5 million transfers milestone here.

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