TTC Canada: Kids Ride Free Starting Today


Transit riders in Toronto with small children can catch a break starting today. As of March 1, 2015, children 12 years of age or younger can now ride the TTC for free. Parents can take their kids on trips to their favourite locations in the GTA and not have to worry about the added cost of transporting each child. Save a little money on transportation and spend it on fun activities with your child.

This deal begins March 1, 2015. For parents with children who are tall for their age, or may look over 12 years old, you can obtain a TTC Proof of Age Card from your child’s school in order to avoid future hassles. In addition to their availability at schools, you can get a Child Proof of Age Card by calling TTC Customer Service at 416-393-3030.

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5 responses to “TTC Canada: Kids Ride Free Starting Today”

  1. KM says:

    Ya, thanks a lot John Tory. I love having to pay a premium for shitty service and now I get to pay for everyone else’s kids too.

  2. Hannah says:

    And us token/metro pass users get to foot the bill!

  3. Sandra5 says:

    Am also very unhappy about this “deal”. My rates go up, and meanwhile, a bunch of unsupervised kids get to ride the TTC for hours for free. Free rides for adult supervised kids age 6 and under would be OK with me, but age 12 is wayyy too high. I’ll bet adult rates will continue to rise for this ridiculous subsidy. 10 cents will be just the start!!!!

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