Get Kingston Transit multi-ride cards at more pharmacies starting August 1 - Get Kingston Transit multi-ride cards at more pharmacies starting August 1
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null Get Kingston Transit multi-ride cards at more pharmacies starting August 1
July 29, 2015 -
Starting Saturday, Aug. 1, Kingston Transit riders will be able to buy disposable multi-ride Kingston Transit cards at three additional Lovell Drugs pharmacy locations making it handier than ever to pick them up.
"We are thrilled that the Lovell Drugs locations at Hotel Dieu Hospital, Medical Arts and Frontenac Medical Centre have partnered with Kingston Transit and are able offer more convenience to riders. These locations are really important to patients at the hospital and these medical centres," says Jeremy DaCosta, manager, Kingston Transit. The Lovell Drugs pharmacy at Kingston General Hospital has already been selling the multi-ride cards for more than a year.
All the new locations are all well-serviced by Kingston Transit.
Kingston Transit outlets now include (please choose the Fares button at www.KingstonTransit.ca to see which Kingston Transit products are offered/serviced at each location):
- Cataraqui Town Centre, 945 Gardiners Rd. (Guest Services on lower level)
- City Hall, 216 Ontario St.
- Fargo's General Store, 1202 County Road 96, Wolfe Island
- Lovell Drugs, Clinic Pharmacy, main lobby of Kingston General Hospital, 76 Stuart St.
- Lovell Drugs, Frontenac Medical Pharmacy, 789 Princess St.
- Lovell Drugs, Hotel Dieu Hospital, 166 Brock St. (across from the Downtown Transfer Station)
- Lovell Drugs, Kingston Medical Arts Centre, 800 Princess St.
- Rexall Pharma Plus, Kingston Centre, 1036 Princess St.
- Shoppers Drug Mart, Kingslake Plaza, 1201 Division St.
- Shoppers Drug Mart, 1875 Bath Rd.
- Shoppers Drug Mart, 136 Princess St.
- W. J. Henderson Recreation Centre, 322 Amherst Dr. (Amherstview)
- Visitor Information Centre, 209 Ontario ST.
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