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A VIA Rail train derailed between Toronto and Windsor on April 23, 1999. At least two of the five crew members on board were killed while an estimated 100 passengers were treated for various injuries.
The unreliable performance, combined with the elimination of a number of regional routes, has taken a toll on Via Rail’s ridership in recent decades as millions of Canadians have stopped taking.
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Via Rail confirmed its plan to add dozens of trips in the region, including four extra round trips between Sarnia and London and several others trips out of Windsor. VIA Rail tests passenger cars.
In 2015 and since the beginning of 2016, VIA Rail has increased ridership and revenue, demonstrating the relevance of their trains within the corridor. As the number of freight trains, commuter trains and VIA Rail trains continue to climb, it will become increasingly difficult for VIA Rail's passenger trains to improve their on-time performance. Without the reliability of on-time trains.
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Via Rail Canada is Canada's main provider of passenger train service. It provides service coast-to-coast across Canada, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, with 14,000 kilometres of track serving some 450 Canadian communities.Its trains run along the rocky coasts of the maritime provinces, in the busy Quebec City to Windsor corridor (including Toronto and Montreal), across the Prairies, north to.