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Operator Gov't of
System Type Commuter
Year Opened 1967
# of Lines 7
# of Cars 417 cars, 59 loco
Mileage 223.7 miles
Gauge Std
Stations 54
Power Diesel
Fare Media Tkts
Data Date 1994
1st Visit 5/2002
Last Visit 5/2002
% Rode 0%

Toronto Transit
GO Commuter

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GO Commuter

GO Trains are a familiar site in Toronto. GO was the first to come up with the tri-level commuter car that is almost standard on newer commuter lines in North America (Miami, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver). The focus of the trains is Union Station in downtown Toronto.

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tor-cr-050302-02.jpg (475534 bytes)GO Yard just west of Union Station as viewed from the CN Tower. (5/02) tor-cr-050302-03.jpg (383259 bytes)Union Station view with trains reading for the evening rush hour. (5/02
tor-cr-050302-04.jpg (718345 bytes)GO Locomotive through the trees near Union Station. (5/02) tor-cr-050502-01.jpg (575742 bytes)The GO Commuter car (5/02)
tor-cr-050302-05.jpg (597559 bytes)Train going through the throat of Union Station. (5/02)

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