GO Train Lakeshore East service will expand 20 km to Bowmanville by 2024

Durham, ON, Canada / channel12

GO Transit will extend its Lakeshore East train line by 20 kilometres from Oshawa to Bowmanville, with service scheduled to start in 2024.
The plan is to have four GO trains each morning and four each afternoon in and out of Bowmanville when the service starts in eight years.
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the huge construction project at the site of the new Bowmanville GO train station, one of four stations that will be built on the extended line.
Wynne did not say how much the project will cost.
The new GO stations will be built at Thornton Road in Oshawa, Ritson Road in Oshawa, Courtice Road in Courtice and Martin Road in Bowmanville.
Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says one of the biggest components of the GO expansion will be construction of a new train bridge over Highway 401 in Durham Region.
(The Canadian Press)

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