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Thursday, August 18, 2011

GO is selling CNE tickets and running extra service


TORONTO - GO Transit is making it easy to go to the Canadian National Exhibition by selling CNE tickets and running extra service along the Lakeshore lines. Again this year, veterans ride GO free to the Warriors' Day parade at the CNE on August 20. 


From August 19 - Sept 5, all Lakeshore GO stations, including Union Station, will sell CNE ride-all-day and admission tickets.
CNE ticket prices:

  • Ride-all-day: $52 (admission plus rides)
  • General admission(ages 14 - 59): $16
  • Senior admission (ages 60+): $12
  • Child admission (ages 5 - 13): $12
  • Family pass: $48 (admission only) 
Some Lakeshore East and West weekday GO Train trips will be making special stops at Exhibition GO Station to accommodate visitors during the 2011 CNE season.


Over Labour Day weekend, GO Transit will be adding extra service to Exhibition GO Station along the Lakeshore lines. Each day, there will four extra Toronto-bound trips, two from either direction; and four extra homebound trips out of Exhibition, two in either direction. Visit gotransit.com/cne to learn more about GO's CNE service.

The CNE runs from August 19 to September 5; it's a fun Toronto tradition, offering something for everyone. For more information on the CNE, visit www.theex.com.

For more information on GO services, the public can call 416.869.3200, 1.888.GET ON GO (438.6646), 1.800.387.3652 TTY, or visit gotransit.com.

We promise to help you quickly and courteously, visit gotransit.com/promise.

GO Transit is the Province of Ontario's interregional public transit system linking Toronto with the surrounding regions of the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). GO carries over 57 million passengers a year in an extensive network of train and bus services that spans over 10,000 square kilometres. GO Transit is a division of Metrolinx, an agency of the Province of Ontario. Follow GO on Twitter and Facebook.

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