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Lindsay Transit fares going up January 1st

KAWARTHA LAKES-If you ride the bus in Lindsay you will need a bit more money before jumping on board in January.

Changes to Lindsay Transit fees will come into effect on January 1, 2018. The city says the reasoning behind the price hike is to bring Lindsay Transit fees more in line with current market rates and will help offset the rising cost of providing transit services.

Here’s how the changes will impact you:

Single fare – cash payment

Service description Current fee Fee effective January 1, 2018
Adults $2.10 $2.25
Seniors/Students $1.60 $1.75
Child 8-14 $1.05 $1.25
Children under 8 No charge No charge

Tokens

Service description Current fee Fee effective January 1, 2018
6 tokens $10 $10
12 tokens Not currently available $20

Monthly Pass

Service description Current fee Fee effective January 1, 2018
Adults $63 $60
Seniors and Students $52.50 $50

 

 

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