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Toronto to get four new GO Train stations

The transit gods and goddesses are smiling on Toronto today. That's because we're getting four new GO stations, all of which will be located in the city's west end.

Mayor John Tory made this transit-related announcement in Liberty Village earlier today, which is appropriate considering one of the stops will be located there. The other locations are: Bloor and Landsdowne, St. Clair Ave. West and Keele, and Spadina and Front.

The Liberty Village and St. Clair stops will be part of Tory's SmartTrack. They'll also be running on the Kitchener and Stouffville lines. SmartTrack will come with six new lines

The remaining two stops will be on the Barrie line.

Photo by Ben Roffelsen in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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