GO Transit’s Sunday Funday pass program gets extended
Here are 10 places to check out around Toronto on a day of travelling.
Feb 28, 2020
Ignore the cold, you can still own the weekend.
Recently, Metrolinx announced a trial of a ‘Sunday Funday’ program allowing GO Transit customers unlimited travel options for $10 – whether they’re looking to travel one-way, round trip or multiple trips on a Sunday – would be extended into the spring. That new phase launches this weekend (March 1).
So as a bit of a nod to all the travel possibilities – even as winter lashed out at us this week – here is a handy list of 10 things to discover across a ‘Sunday Funday’.
Once you buy your ticket online, go forth and explore.
10: Brunch at
9: Sunday Showcase at the
8: Work-out atservice is dog-friendly and so is this brewery, that offers unique events on Sundays, alongside their regular brewing hours. Coming up next on March 1st is their ‘Raag Indian Cuisine Pop Up’ and March 15th check out ’St. Pawtricks Day’ for some vegan junk food at this bring your own dog event. Remember to buy your tickets in advance to secure your spot.
7: Sunday Service at
5. St. Lawrence Market – Historically, the main building of the market might be closed on Sundays, but starting March 15th they’ll be open for business. Head inside, open on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., to find the next meal idea, fresh produce or meats.
4. Live Music at
3. Skating at the
2. Roast Dinner at
1. Sunday Sports at
We know the sofa calls. And it can be cold to head off.
But now that the $10 pass program has been extended, what great stories you’ll have for Monday morning.
And feel free to check back here, as we work up a similar list for points outside of TO.
You can buy your Sunday Funday pass today- available online only.
The extension of the Sunday Pass isn’t the only change happening in transit. Metrolinx has launched a digital hub featuring transit progress in your community and beyond. Just click here to see what’s new.
by Melissa Crowther Metrolinx Senior Brand Advisor