Re: [84attendees] Getting here by public transit

Ralph Giles <giles@mozilla.com> Sun, 29 July 2012 16:11 UTC

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On 12-07-29 3:02 AM, Tomek Mrugalski wrote:

> Just follow Canada Line directions. Vending machines are on the
> platform, so you can't miss them. There's also separate validation
> machine. I put my ticket in it. It immediately gave it back and said
> that the ticket is valid for next 2 hours or so. I'm not sure if that
> step was necessary.

If you buy a ticket from the vending machines it comes pre-validated.
The validation machines are for tickets bought separately in a book of
ten. Your ticket is validated if it has a time and date printed on the
back. But as you can see, it does no harm.

Note that the tickets are good on both the train and busses for the
whole 90 minutes, so you make connections or multiple trips within that
time period without penalty.

 -r