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Arc has arrived! - Now you can tap and go!

As of January, all those who pay regular Adult fares will be transitioned to the Arc electronic fare payment system. Adult paper tickets and passes are no longer available for purchase. All adult products for January are now on the Arc card.

We've learned something important in December!
While you don't pay more than $108.50 (commuter) or $54.25 (local) you need to ensure you have a few more dollars in your Arc purse to ensure you can tap your last tap in order to reach your fare cap. We recommend $4 stays as a balance in your Arc purse at all times.
(You may occasionally need to put $112.50 on your card instead of $108.50.) This will keep you from getting a yellow or red light as you near your cap limit. Sorry for the stress  this may have caused you. We're learning too...

Visit myArc.ca for more information and to register your card.

 

Last modified: Feb. 1, 2023, 1:07 p.m.

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Last updated: Wednesday, February 01, 2023
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