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AeCON Group to refurbish GO Transit

Rail| October 30, 2009
Under the contract, AeCON will refurbish Union Station’s 360,000 square-foot train shed covering 13 tracks and 23 platforms, replacing the existing roof with a new steel roof and a glass atrium that reaches 50 feet above the platform level.

Committee formed to study GO Transit electrification

Rail| July 16, 2009
Comprised of community members with expertise in transportation, environment, engineering, health, urban planning, policy analysis, alternative energy, community leadership, business, finance, law and GO Transit's ridership.
Rail| June 2, 2009

Metrolinx to study electrification of GO Transit rail system

An external advisory committee made up of community representatives, including riders and independent technical experts, will be established to advise the transit agency on the Terms of Reference for the study.
Bus| April 22, 2009

GO Transit unveils first wind turbine

Located in Mississauga, the 102-foot-high wind turbine generates up to 50 kilowatts of power and could produce up to 80 percent of its Lisgar Station's power needs.
Bus| April 8, 2009

GO Transit unveils service, fleet expansion plans

Agency will begin two environmental assessments, which will look at expanding its rail service into new communities, and is buying 25 new bi-level passenger railcars from Bombardier.
Bus| April 3, 2009

GO Transit announces Federal, Provincial funding

The funding is part of the $500 million pledged for GO Transit by both levels of government in February this year.
Bus| March 4, 2009

GO Transit unveils green bus facility

LEED-certified facility took sustainable site development, water efficiency, energy efficiency, material selection and indoor environmental quality all into consideration.
Bus| March 3, 2009

MCI reaches Canadian agreement, delivers coaches

Securing the contract with Winnipeg assembly plant workers is a key milestone, enabling MCI to continue its plan to successfully emerge from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy protection, which it plans on exiting in late March, according to the company.
Bus| February 18, 2009

METRO Briefs

Canada pledging $500M to GO Transit. Emanuel: Obama pushed for high-speed rail. Seattle transit faced with $58M revenue dip.
Rail| February 10, 2009

Wabtec wins GO Transit order

Locomotives will contain a number of components produced by other Wabtec subsidiaries, including braking equipment, relays, contactors, air compressors, brake shoes and radiators.

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