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This map shows where the GO-ALRT Lakeshore East would have gone, and how the extension of the conventional Lakeshore GO Train replaced it. The GO-ALRT project on the east was developed to a far greater extent than on the west. A new private right-of-way paralleling the 401 was purchased and graded. This was put into use for standard commuter trains when the Province decided to go with more conventional equipment. Most (but not all) of the proposed GO-ALRT station locations are now operational GO Train stations.

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