- Nov 10, 2007
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I doubt it to be honest. Also, there was partial fare integration in place during 2019, when this ridership is from.This goes back to the fare integration situation. Combined with increased service, ridership of those GO lines will jump if the last leg of a trip doesn't cost another $3.20.
The bottom line is that GO ridership is just too small to have a significant impact on any TTC station - with the exception of Union. A bus or streetcar route terminating at a station provides much more ridership.
At this point at least. But look how quick the last order for six 4-car trainsets materialized (by amending an existing contract for four 6-car trainsets).The TTC /Province are looking at extending the length of Sheppard trains to six cars. Shorter rolling stock than existing is not under consideration.
They could whip together another 2 or 3 4-car trains in a few days, simply by removing a couple of cars from some TR sets - which they have done before.