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This week, two Greater Toronto Area transit systems will change the way that passengers pay and how much they pay for transit service.

Toronto Transit Commission

Brampton Transit

Toronto Transit Commission

Wednesday, January 31 will be the last day that you can use “old” TTC tokens. TTC operators and station attendants will accept only new tokens starting on Thursday, February 1.

Until February 28, you can exchange old tokens for new ones — to a maximum of 100 tokens — in person, Monday to Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. at Bloor-Yonge, Finch, Kipling and Warden Stations.

Passengers with more than 100 old tokens can visit the TTC offices at 1900 Yonge Street, above Davisville Station, Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., to obtain new tokens. You will receive new tokens after you complete a form and present identification. You can also exchange fewer than 100 tokens at the TTC offices.

You can only exchange the old tokens for new ones, not for cash, and you can only exchange them in person — so don’t mail old tokens to the TTC and expect the TTC to mail new ones to you.

Brampton Transit

Brampton Transit cash fares increase to $2.75 from $2.50, starting on February 5.

Costs for tickets and weekly passes:

Adult 10-ticket price to $22 from $21

Student 10-ticket price to $20.50 from $19.50

Senior 10-ticket price to $13 from $12.50

Adult weekly pass price to $23.50 from $22.50

Student weekly pass price to $22 from $21

Senior weekly pass price to $10.50 from $10

York Region Transit increased its fares on January 1.

Durham Region Transit increased its fares for senior and access passengers on January 1.