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GO Transit
It just changes where you connect to the 107, if you're airport-bound. Not a huge deal.

It'll be cool if/when they extend the Crosstown LRT...
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The long-term goal is to extend routes 25 and 29 to the new Kipling GO Bus Terminal, currently in the RFP phase. There's plenty of bus connections from Renforth to the airport (GO route 40, MiWay 7/107)

http://www.gotransit.com/public/en/impro...40x400.jpg
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(9 hours ago)yige_t Wrote: The long-term goal is to extend routes 25 and 29 to the new Kipling GO Bus Terminal, currently in the RFP phase. There's plenty of bus connections from Renforth to the airport (GO route 40, MiWay 7/107)

http://www.gotransit.com/public/en/impro...40x400.jpg

That would be a huge improvement in 25 service, any idea on timeframes for that?
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(9 hours ago)danbrotherston Wrote:
(9 hours ago)yige_t Wrote: The long-term goal is to extend routes 25 and 29 to the new Kipling GO Bus Terminal, currently in the RFP phase. There's plenty of bus connections from Renforth to the airport (GO route 40, MiWay 7/107)

http://www.gotransit.com/public/en/impro...40x400.jpg

That would be a huge improvement in 25 service, any idea on timeframes for that?
The new GO terminal is expected to be completed on or after 2019, so probably no earlier than that. 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ki...-1.4053074
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