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PRESTO tickets available at 10 TTC stations, starting May 6



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The TTC is making one-ride, two-ride and day pass PRESTO tickets available at fare-vending machines in Line 1 Yonge - University subway stations between Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and Wilson stations, starting today, Monday, May 6. The TTC has been selling the tickets at Yorkdale and Lawrence West stations, since April 5.

According to the TTC, PRESTO tickets are ideal for infrequent travelers and visitors to the city. They will be available at all 75 TTC stations this summer and at many Shoppers Drug Mart locations in Toronto later this year.

One-ride tickets cost $3.25 (same as a cash fare), two-ride tickets cost $6.50 and the day pass ticket costs $13.

PRESTO Tickets expire 90 days after you buy them. A PRESTO ticket also allows you to transfer to another TTC vehicle within two hours after you first boarded the TTC.

You must tap your PRESTO ticket every time you enter a subway station and whenever you board a bus or streetcar. Your tapped PRESTO card is your Proof-of-Payment. You must keep it with you while travelling on the system and be prepared to show it to a TTC fare inspector when he or she asks to see it. Once you’ve used your fares and your transfer or day pass has expired, you must buy another ticket or pay by cash. PRESTO Tickets are not reloadable.

You can only use PRESTO tickets to pay your fare on the TTC. You can’t use them on any of the other transit agencies that use PRESTO.