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Wynne stresses transit is a priority
The Premier renews vows for transit and infrastructure fund
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The Premier re-affirmed the Liberal's commitment to establish a $29 billion transit and infrastructure fund.

Kathleen Wynne stood in front of some GO trains in a transit yard in Toronto, stressing there needs to be faster and more reliable options for commuters.

The 10-year fund would be split in two, with $15 billion put specifically towards transit expansion. The other $14 billion would go to infrastructure projects across the province.

Wynne says a key part of the plan would be modernizing the GO rail system would be to start up all-day two-way service. She says it would help commuters who not only come into Toronto but those who travel to the 905 as well.

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The Premier re-affirmed the Liberal's commitment to establish a $29 billion transit and infrastructure fund.

Kathleen Wynne stood in front of some GO trains in a transit yard in Toronto, stressing there needs to be faster and more reliable options for commuters.

The 10-year fund would be split in two, with $15 billion put specifically towards transit expansion. The other $14 billion would go to infrastructure projects across the province.

Wynne says a key part of the plan would be modernizing the GO rail system would be to start up all-day two-way service. She says it would help commuters who not only come into Toronto but those who travel to the 905 as well.

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