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Metrolinx hosts airport - downtown rail link
and Georgetown GO improvement open houses

You can learn more about Metrolinx proposals to link Toronto Pearson International Airport and Union Station and to improve GO Transit’s Georgetown rail corridor at a series of community open houses in early February.

During these public meetings, you can see displays about the project, talk to Metrolinx staff and comment on the plans. Your feedback and ideas at these events will help improve the proposals and contribute to the environmental assessment of the projects.

All meetings take place from 11 a.m. until 8:30 p.m.:

Tuesday, February 3
The Lithuanian House,
1573 Bloor Street West,
(north side of Bloor, just west of Dundas Street West,
near Dundas West subway Station.)

Wednesday, February 4
Mount Dennis United Church,
71 Guestville Avenue,
(two blocks south of Eglinton Avenue West,
one block west of Weston Road.)

Friday, February 6
Weston Park Baptist Church
1871 Weston Road,
(East side of Weston, just south of Lawrence Avenue West)

Monday, February 9
Direct Energy Centre, Salon 110,
100 Princes’ Boulevard,
(Exhibition Place, west of the Princes’ Gate,
near the Exhibition [East] Loop.)

Tuesday, February 10
Malton Community Centre
3540 Morning Star Drive
(south side of Morning Star,
just east of Mississauga Transit’s Westwood Terminal.)

Thursday, February 12
Gordon Alcott Memorial Arena,
221 Guelph Street,
(Highway 7 across from the Georgetown Marketplace,
north of Halton Hills Shopping Centre)

You can read Transit Toronto’s history of the Georgetown GO line by Daniel Garcia and Sean Marshall here.