Starting this week, Toronto commuters will no longer be able to buy TTC tickets, tokens, or passes at collector booths.
After November 30th, customers will be forced to use the Presto system, pay their fare in cash, or buy older fare types at retailers like Shoppers Drug Mart. December 1st marks the last day to use existing GTA weekly passes.
November 30, 2019, will be the last day to buy #TTC tickets, tokens and passes at collector booths. You can still use them to pay your fare. Refunds will not be provided. Once you no longer have tickets, tokens and passes, switch to @PRESTOcard. https://t.co/3NK2lkW6ai pic.twitter.com/ueD0PZjgtX
— TTC Customer Service (@TTChelps) November 19, 2019
Both daily and weekly passes will no longer be issued.
While there is not yet a concrete date on when the TTC will stop accepting older forms of fare payment in general, the company has encouraged riders to use them as soon as possible, also stating that they will not be issuing ticket, token, or pass refunds.