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Weekend event affects transit, October 26



The Hamilton Street Railway and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats are offering Canadian Football League fans free rides to and from Ivor Wynn Stadium for every home game.

Tonight, Friday, October 26, at 6:30 p.m., the Ti-Cats face the British Columbia Lions and the HSR’s “Ticket to Ride” (Tiger-Cats Express) shuttle buses will offer fans with valid game tickets a free ride to the stadium.

Tiger-Cats Express buses leave from four locations, running every 20 minutes, starting at 4:30 p.m.. Buses leave from: Limeridge Mall, Eastgate Terminal, University Plaza in Dundas, King Street East and Hughson Street in downtown Hamilton, running semi-express to the Stadium.

All buses will drop you off at a stop on the east side of Melrose Avenue beside the stadium. For fifteen minutes after the game is over, the buses will pick you up from a stop on the west side of Melrose and return to Limeridge, Eastgate, University Plaza and downtown.

Map and schedule.

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