Toronto Transit Commission TTC: FREE Rides on King and Queen Streets After 4:00 PM on Saturday, March 17 FREE Rides on King + Queen After 4 PM on March 17!

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It's okay to have fun, but it's never okay to drink and drive. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and get home safely with the TTC on Saturday, March 17, because you can ride for free on King and Queen Streets after 4:00 PM!

An adult cash fare is regularly $3.25 and free service will be available on 501 Queen, 504 King and 514 Cherry streetcar routes during this promotion. Some riders may even get to listen to live music, as Canadian indie rock band Hollerado will be performing on some vehicles between 4 and 7 PM.

This offer is available on Saturday, March 17 only from 4:00 PM to 2:30 AM on March 18. Fare boxes and PRESTO readers will be covered during this time and you will need to pay regular fare if you're transferring to a connecting surface route.

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    • this means free rides on the subways too, cause the king streetcars goes into subway stations.
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    • Anyone know if the street cars have bike racks on them?
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    • thedealhunter2000 wrote:
      Mar 7th, 2018 4:33 pm
      Anyone know if the street cars have bike racks on them?
      The new streetcars have an area that you can attach your bike to. The old ones don't.
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Mar 7th, 2018 4:34 pm
      The new streetcars have an area that you can attach your bike to. The old ones don't.
      Is it in the front or the side of the street car?
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    • thedealhunter2000 wrote:
      Mar 7th, 2018 4:36 pm
      Is it in the front or the side of the street car?
      It is inside the streetcars. New ones only
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    • This is great. I hope to see more of this going forward
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    • bule hunter wrote:
      Mar 7th, 2018 4:27 pm
      this means free rides on the subways too, cause the king streetcars goes into subway stations.
      "Passengers connecting to the subway or another route from the 501, 504 or 514 services must pay their fare when entering or boarding at their transfer point."

      from https://transit.toronto.on.ca/archives/ ... ides.shtml
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    • tk1000 wrote:
      Mar 14th, 2018 8:06 pm
      "Passengers connecting to the subway or another route from the 501, 504 or 514 services must pay their fare when entering or boarding at their transfer point."

      from https://transit.toronto.on.ca/archives/ ... ides.shtml
      How will they even enforce this at Broadview and Dundas West? There's no stop at Broadview/Danforth anymore so if you want to get off there, you need to go to the subway station.
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Mar 14th, 2018 9:24 pm
      How will they even enforce this at Broadview and Dundas West? There's no stop at Broadview/Danforth anymore so if you want to get off there, you need to go to the subway station.
      Who cares. It's one day of free ride at a specified points of transport. What they don't collect is loss revenue for one day from people who might otherwise never use TTC. Good luck venturing out of the free route and then not knowing how to get home.

      Not all route is 24/7.
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    • LNahid2000 wrote:
      Mar 14th, 2018 9:24 pm
      How will they even enforce this at Broadview and Dundas West? There's no stop at Broadview/Danforth anymore so if you want to get off there, you need to go to the subway station.
      The Wolfrey Avenue stop is a 4 minute walk to Broadview /Danforth. Hardly seems like a big deal.
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    • sprung wrote:
      Mar 15th, 2018 5:49 am
      The Wolfrey Avenue stop is a 4 minute walk to Broadview /Danforth. Hardly seems like a big deal.
      The point is, I'm not sure how they'd collect payment at Broadview when there is no way to pay at the streetcar stop.
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    • Bump Happy St Patricks Day
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