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GO Transit

"GO Transit is Canada’s first, and the Province of Ontario’s only, interregional public transportation service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area of Southern Ontario with service extending to Niagara Falls and Kitchener-Waterloo in the west; Orangeville, Barrie, and Beaverton in the north; Stouffville, Uxbridge, and Peterborough in the northeast; and Oshawa and Newcastle in the east. We carry nearly 55 million passengers a year.

Since May 1967, GO Transit has evolved from a single GO Train line along Lake Ontario’s shoreline into an extensive network of train lines and bus routes. Since day one, more than a billion riders have taken GO – to work or school, and home, or for leisure activities. GO provides commuters with safe, fast, reliable, comfortable, and direct service to downtown Toronto and other urban centres." Source:http://www.gotransit.com/public/en/aboutus/whatisgo.aspx


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GO Transit Service Map

This map displays the basic routes covered by GO Transit. A printable PDF version is available that shows these basic GO Transit routes.

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Source: "GO Service Map". GO Transit. 17 Nov 2010. <http://www.gotransit.com/publicroot/en/schedules/sysmap.aspx>

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