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Metrolinx resumes "Sunday Funday" $10 pass for unlimited GO travel Sundays, starting March 1



Starting Sunday, March 1, Metrolinx is resuming its “Sunday Funday” on-line pass. The pass allows you to make as many trips as you want aboard GO Transit trains or buses during a single Sunday,, whether you’re looking to travel just one-way or make a round trip or multiple trips.

For example, if you buy a pass to travel between Oshawa and Burlington, you can board a train at Oshawa, get off at Rouge Hill, board again at Rouge Hill, get off at Burlington, then travel back to Oshawa, without having to pay any extra fare.

You can use the pass to travel aboard trains along the Lakeshore West, Lakeshore East, Stouffville and Barrie lines or regular GO bus service across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

To buy GO Transit e-tickets and passes, including the Sunday Funday pass, click here.

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Here’s how the Sunday Funday on-line pass works:

  • Using the passes tab, select your station of origin and your intended destination, then select $10 ‘Sunday Funday’.
  • Metrolinx will e-mail the online pass to your smartphone.
  • Remember to activate five minutes before boarding a GO train or bus.
  • Enjoy unlimited travel, all day long.
  • This pass is only available on-line only - not at stations or by using PRESTO fare card - while Metrolinx tests it out.

Here are examples of some of the possible savings through the program:

  • Taking a trip from Oshawa GO to Toronto, cash fare to Union costs $12.25 - you’ll save 18 per cent.
  • Union Station to Burlington GO, and back again, would cost $24.60 - giving you a savings of 59 per cent.
  • Or, if you’re travelling between Allandale Waterfront GO Station and Union Station, a regular round-trip ticket would cost $31.60 - a savings of 68 per cent.

The on-line pass is for adult, senior and student travel, since children 12 and younger already ride for free aboard GO Transit.

Metrolinx introduced the Sunday Funday pass, as a pilot program for an 11-week period from Sunday, December 1 until Sunday, February 9.

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