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VIA Rail has extended the suspension of its Toronto-Vancouver passenger train service until June 1 amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The company suspended service on the more-than-4,400-kilometre route last month. On Monday, it announced it’s extending that “due to continued expansion of travel limitations as well as the widening of physical distancing and isolation measures.”
Service on the Prince Rupert-Prince George-Jasper route is also suspended until June 1 because of what the company called “infrastructure issues.”
The company said passengers who booked a trip during this period will be contacted and reimbursed.
This article first appeared on globalnews.ca
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