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My sons and I attended the Auto Show and decided to park at the Yorkdale Mall and take the subway down to Union station.
What followed was absolutely frustrating. I am from out of town and not up to speed on the latest on how...More
I live in Toronto and have used the TTC most of my life. My advice to potential travellers is to give the whole city a miss, but if you must visit then plan to uber. Public transit in Toronto is organized around a very small...More
The TTC since new year 2019 has been the worst it has ever been. I have been using TTC since 2001 and I have never seen the service this bad. I run my own personal Training business and for the first time ever I have...More
we seldom take the TTC subway, last Saturday we took the TTC subway from Sheppard & Yonge to Bathurst & Bloor. Halfway, we were told to leave the subway at Lawrence
station, get a shuttle bus to St. Clair, then continue back to the subway....More
The collector at Yonge Bloor station told us that TTC do not accept nickels and dimes, so he refused to sell us a TTC Day Pass !!!!
We were going to purchase a pass with a ten dollar bill and few coins and got rejected...More
In all fairness, we have used this system only once (as tourists) but were throughly impressed. The stations are clean and well staffed. The buses and subways are oh so clean, especially compared to some of the other popular cities. We used Presto cards and...More
Today a guys who work in this subway station said me : The Canada speak only English ! He don't no that his country speak English and French (Ottawa, Québec and Montréal 50% speak French) Please how he can have this work? I am French...More
Our visit to Toronto was very simple, transportation wise: the 501 tram, which serves Queen Street, was two blocks away. And within 30 minutes, were were smack downtown. After a day of exploring, we got back on the 501 about 15 minutes further, and everything...More
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As you said, the train from the airport costs a separate ticket. Then, Load the card (from when you buy it at the airport) for however much you think you’ll be using the trams and busses. I forgot how much a single ride is... More
As you said, the train from the airport costs a separate ticket. Then, Load the card (from when you buy it at the airport) for however much you think you’ll be using the trams and busses. I forgot how much a single ride is, but certainly no more than 4.00 CAD. If you’re jumping from the tram to the bus or vice versa, make sure you either scan your card on a “transfer” machine or get a paper transfer stub from a machine or from the driver from the bus. This way you don’t get double charged.