I can remember a time when the easiest way was to sit on a GO Train and just relax and reach your destination.
Nowadays, there seems to be so much service disruptions.
Now, TTC and GO Transit are set to announce a fare integration program
Toronto transit riders will soon be able to get a break on ticket costs for some urban GO train routes in the first significant fare integration between the two systems.
According to sources, the plan calls for a sharply discounted GO Transit fare for Toronto Transit Commission passengers travelling between Union and either Exhibition or Danforth GO train stations. The goal is to offer a much quicker way to get to the city core, while allowing people to bypass the over-crowded subway exchange at Bloor-Yonge.
GO has a fare-by-distance system that charges disproportionately more for short rides. Fares between these GO stations and Union currently run around $5 each way, while a TTC ticket that offers unlimited use across the city costs about $3. Under the new plan, TTC passengers will be able to get access to these GO routes for a $60 month fee.
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