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Like a lot of things in Toronto, TTC fares are constantly changing. Even the way people pay to get on transit evolves every couple of years. So, staying up-to-date can be tricky.

For example, commuters paid a standard fare of $3.20 throughout 2020-2021, partly due to a price freeze in the latter year. But, things are slightly higher now, and if you're someone who relies on transit, even just a 1 or 2 cent increase can impact what your savings look like at the end of the month.

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Metrolinx is getting a new tiered system for dealing with fare evasion this fall.

So if you're in the habit of taking free rides on the GO train or other public transit, you may be in for a fine or two in the near future.

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If you're a student who relies on the TTC to get to school, then saving money on your Presto card is a really good idea.

Toronto's public transportation system is reminding students and parents to switch their cards to the youth fare setting ahead of the school year.

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Torontonians could be in for a much smoother commute this month, thanks to a new TTC initiative that aims to double-up on service and improve security.

The move is launching in response to the agency's latest ridership models, predicting a 10% to 15% jump over the next few weeks.

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If you happen to forget to tap your Presto card while riding the TTC this fall, you could be in for a hefty fine.

According to the TTC website, not paying your correct fare could set you back $425. Ouch.

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