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Grand River Transit
/\ Agreed. I think it's a very good idea and I hope it has a smooth and effective implementation..
I'll be curious to see what the results are. I think that a couple of those ideas might be positive for the system at large, not just the low-income riders. The off-peak pass, for instance, is interesting.
It's also showing the ability to create different and interesting fare products - I hope they look into various options and see what they can produce. Good to see!
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
There's much more flexibly offered with an electronic fare card. Hopefully we'll see more like this available.

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