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Region of Waterloo will receive over $341m in funding for public transit
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(03-18-2018, 04:28 PM)Canard Wrote: TTC.  And I'm talking about the day-pass, not monthly passes (which is why I quoted only the day-pass part).

Ah, understood.
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(03-18-2018, 04:44 PM)goggolor Wrote: London (England)'s Oyster card has a fare cap per day - so as a tourist, you don't need to worry about buying day passes.

And per week. And it works for contactless (tap) payment cards (PayWave/PayPass/etc.) and phones (Apple Pay, Barclay bPay, Android Pay, ...) as well as for Oyster cards.

Fare capping is definitely something that would enable fearless use of the public transit system and may, all in all, result in higher revenue.
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(03-20-2018, 05:46 PM)chutten Wrote:
(03-18-2018, 04:44 PM)goggolor Wrote: London (England)'s Oyster card has a fare cap per day - so as a tourist, you don't need to worry about buying day passes.

And per week. And it works for contactless (tap) payment cards (PayWave/PayPass/etc.) and phones (Apple Pay, Barclay bPay, Android Pay, ...) as well as for Oyster cards.

Fare capping is definitely something that would enable fearless use of the public transit system and may, all in all, result in higher revenue.

And also encourage use of fare cards.
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