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Alan Halberstadt

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Transit Windsor's Auto Show Express Package Until Jan. 27, 2013!

Posted January 17, 2013 @ 3:35PM


Take the tunnel bus to the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) and purchase an admission ticket at the same time.  The ‘Auto Show Express’ package is $19 per person, in Canadian funds, and includes round trip bus and admission ticket.  It’s the convenient, easy way to go!


The NAIAS public show runs from January 19-27, 2013.  Doors open daily at 9 a.m. and close at 10 p.m., except on the last day when it closes at 7 p.m.  No admittance to the show one hour prior to closing.

‘Express’ packages may also be purchased at the five City Customer Care Centres: Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex, Forest Glade Community Centre, Gino & Liz Marcus Community Complex, Optimist Community Centre, and the South Windsor Recreation Complex. 

If you wish to purchase tunnel bus tickets only, the cost is $8 roundtrip or $4 for one-way travel.  All tickets are sold in Canadian funds.  Transit Windsor accepts US funds at par and all change is given in CDN funds.

Discounted admission tickets for seniors (65+) or children (7-12) are only available at Cobo at $6 in US funds. 

Regular Tunnel bus service is augmented with additional buses to Cobo Center, on demand, during peak travel times.  Fully accessible service is provided and detailed information is available by calling customer service at 519.944.4111 or 311.  Buses leave from the downtown transit terminal located at 300 Chatham Street West, according to the current timetable:

·         January 19 & 26 – Saturday schedule

·         January 20 & 27 – Sunday schedule

·         January 21 through 25 – Weekday schedule

 
Proof of citizenship is required when crossing the Windsor-Detroit border. 




by Alan Halberstadt www.alanhalberstadt.com

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