The Metro Transit system has seen an incredible transformation in the past 20 years.
But for most of that time, the system was a transit-only operation, with no public transportation options.
Today, with a new subway line in operation and the construction of the downtown relief line, Metro has been able to offer the city a direct link between the airport and the downtown core.
With trains running 24/7, passengers can now catch the TTC to the airport on the new Blue Line, with stops in Toronto’s downtown core and the Yorkdale Mall.
And for the first time, passengers on the Blue Line will be able to take advantage of some of the benefits of the Metro GO train.
With the line running every day, the Metro train will no longer be only a stopover for the GO train, but it will also become a frequent stop for GO trains as well.
Metro’s Blue Line trains will arrive at the airport by 4 p.m.
The GO train will depart the airport at 8 p.mp and will arrive there by 10 p.p.m., depending on demand.
But riders will not be forced to wait in the train station, as they are on the GO.
And unlike the GO, the Blue line trains will not use any special “stop-over” stations, like those on the Yellow and Orange lines.
As of Thursday, the line is operating 24/9.
That’s about one hour of service per day, which will continue to be a regular Metro service.
The TTC and Metro agree that Metro’s service will be even better with the new GO line.
TTC spokesperson Brad Ross says: “When you’re operating 24 hours a day, we want people to be able access the system as much as possible.
That means that they’re able to use the system more efficiently, which we feel is a good thing.”
So if you want to get to the GO station and get your train to the Airport, you can do so on the Metro Blue Line.
And if you’re looking for a little bit of the comfort of a GO train with a stop in Toronto, the GO line is the one to go.
The GO train has an average of 7,000 riders a day on its daily trips, and ridership has increased from 1.6 million riders in 2012 to 2.4 million riders last year.
In 2017, the TTC and the Toronto Transit Commission announced the creation of the GO Train Toronto program, which aims to increase GO train ridership to 5 million passengers annually by 2021.
The Blue Line train, however, will be the first to arrive on the airport in more than a decade.
In fact, Metro was originally supposed to begin the line in 2019, but a lack of funds caused Metro to cancel that project.
Metro announced in September that the BlueLine line would start running in 2024.
“We are very pleased that Metro will be a part of the future of Toronto’s GO network,” says Metro CEO David Gunn.
“With the Blue and GO lines, we are providing our customers with a direct connection to the downtown, as well as our international passengers and passengers from the west end of the city.”
The Blue line will be run by Metro’s new GO Train Yonge Station, which opened on Monday.
It will serve the Toronto area for about half of the day, with passengers transferring between the GO and Blue lines.
The new station, which is being built by Bombardier, is expected to open this year, and will feature new seating and better ventilation.
The station will also include a new elevator and escalators, and a new kitchen, bathrooms and a laundry room.
It is expected that the new station will have about 70,000 square feet of space, and there will be about 500 additional seats for passengers on board.
Metro will continue using the Yonge station for GO service, but with the Blue-Line trains, passengers will be in direct contact with the station.
The TTC will also be taking a page out of Metro’s book.
Metro plans to extend the Blue Lines Blue Line to the south end of Yonge Street, at the corner of Bloor Street West and Yonge Avenue East, to provide GO service to the east end of Toronto.
The station will operate from 10 a.m.-6 p.pm, and it will have seating for 3,500 passengers, with the remaining seats reserved for passengers traveling on the Orange and Yellow lines.
The new station is expected at least three years away.