What goes up, but never comes down?
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What goes up, but never comes down?

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Despite the big money recently announced by the province for transit, and the current city council budget debates to stop the fare hike, taking the TTC is slated to cost you more beginning tomorrow:
Adults
Cash: $2.50 (current fare) –> $2.75 (new fare)
Tickets / Tokens: $2.00 –> $2.10
Students / Seniors:
Cash: $1.70 –> $1.85
Tickets / Tokens: $1.33 –> $1.40
Kids
Cash: $0.60 –> $0.70
Tickets / Tokens: $0.45 –> $0.47
Day Pass: $8.00 –> $8.50
The Monthly Metropass remains the same goes up a dollar, but still manages to avoid the psychologically damaging $100 barrier. The Weekly pass price doesn’t change.
It’s a shame it’s going to cost us more – but I guess they need the money to fix up a few damaged vehicles.

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