Replace ez-link cards expiring this year for free
Published on Jul 4, 2014 5:53 AM
With about 1.8 million active ez-link cards due to expire this year, ez-link is embarking on a massive six-month exercise to replace them for free.
From today till Dec 31, commuters with cards that expire this year - regardless of whether they have been used recently - can get them replaced at any TransitLink ticket office at no cost, while stocks last.
The large volume is a result of all of these cards being issued in 2009, when the ticketing system for public rail and bus transport switched to a new standard.
Ez-link cards have a five-year lifespan, and normally have to be purchased at a non-refundable cost of $5.
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