Plans unveiled to link Toronto's Pearson airport to downtown Toronto.
Plans for a rail service linking Toronto's Pearson International Airport to downtown Toronto have been unveiled by Canada's transport minister.
Union Pearson Airlink Group has reportedly won approval to build the rail link connecting Union Station to the airport. The group is expected to finance, design, construct and operate the service, intended to reduce traffic congestion.
However, the Ontario Motor Coach Association has proposed an "airport coachway" instead, reported Reuters.
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|Date:||Nov 14, 2003|
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