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The TTC will refund part of the cost of April passes until May 30



The TTC will still refund part of the cost to passengers who purchased various April passes — but only until Friday, May 30.

The TTC will refund the value of two days’ worth of fares to passengers who couldn’t use their passes during last month’s transit workers strike. The TTC will refund:

  • $7.50 for an April adult Metropass;
  • $7.00 for an April adult Metropass Discount Plan (MDP);
  • $6.50 for an April adult volume incentive purchase (VIP) pass;
  • $9.50 for an Adult weekly Pass - Week 17;
  • $6.50 for an April senior or student Metropass;
  • $6.00 for an April senior or student MDP;
  • $7.50 for a senior or student weekly pass - Week 17;
  • $7.50 for a GTA Pass - Week 17;
  • $3.00 for a day pass - only if your pass is marked for April 25.

You must hand in your pass to any TTC collector at a booth in a subway station or at the MDP Office, 1900 Yonge Street before May 30 to receive a refund. The MDP Office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.

If you’re planning to claim a federal tax credit, you must sign the back of the pass and make a photocopy of both the front and back before you turn in your pass. If the Canada Revenue Agency audits you for a transit tax credit claim, it will accept a photocopy, with signature, of TTC passes for April.

The TTC will not refund customers who paid by cash, ticket or token on April 25th.

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