USC/LTC Bus Pass
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Starting August 31, 2012 Undergraduate Bus Passes will be available for pick-up at the Mustang Lounge, Main Level, UCC.
August 31, 2012
Bus Pass Distribution
Undergraduate Bus passes will be available for pick-up at the Mustang Lounge - main level, beginning on Friday, August 31st. Students must bring their UWO Student card to receive the pass.
Aug 31: 9am - 5pm
Sep 1-3: 10am - 4pm
Sep 4-7: 9am - 5pm
About The Program
The program is designed to provide unlimited bus transportation for all Full Time Undergraduates at Western. The program is effective from September 1st through August 31st annually.
The card prominently features your student number, and both it and your Western One card must be presented to the driver as you board the bus.
The pass allows unlimited rides, all bus stop locations, all hours of operation, seven days a week, including holidays, on all regularly scheduled LTC bus routes.
Lost passes: Mustang Central has a lost and found at which many lost bus passes are returned. Please stop by Mustang Central located in the UCC Atrium to check if your bus pass has been returned. If you need to replace a lost bus pass, please bring your student card to Western Connections, UCC Lower Level where you can re-order your pass for a charge of $25.
Students who wish to claim their Bus Pass fee for the Non-Refundable Tax Credit are advised to retain their bus pass as proof of payment. You may claim up to $68.42 for the 2010 tax year, the remainder can be used next tax year. Part-time students are not eligible for this transportation credit.
Prior to the start of the Fall Term, Undergraduate Bus Passes will be available for pick-up at the Mustang Lounge, Main Level, UCC. Students must bring their UWO Student card to receive the pass.
Dates and Time will be updated later in the summer.
Did you know?
Each bus pass is issued to an individual student. It must not be used by anyone other than the person to whom it was issued. Attempting to do so is considered fraud and is a criminal offence under Canadian law. ....