The West Coast Express may use the same equipment as GO Transit, but that's pretty much as far as the easy comparisons can go. Unlike the WCE, which runs trains only during peak hours on just one line between Vancouver and Mission, GO Transit maintains a network extending across the Greater Toronto Area, with the spinal Lakeshore lines running all day - even on weekends. Back on one bright morning in May 2008, I caught a train passing west through Long Branch GO Station in far western Etobicoke.
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