Guinness certifies longest enclosed pedestrian bridge in the world near Toronto

Guinness certifies longest enclosed pedestrian bridge in the world near Toronto

Guinness certifies longest enclosed pedestrian bridge in the world near Toronto About five kilometres east of Toronto, Metrolinx has a new jewel in their crown as the monarch of public transit in the region, one of their stations having been awarded a Guinness World Record. Pickering GO station isn't the type of place you'd associate with a Guinness World Record, as it's a somewhat typical regional rail station aside from a recent upgrade completed a few years ago. This update included a sprawling pedestrian bridge, the specific recipient of a new place in the record books. That bridge has been officially measured as the longest enclosed pedestrian crossing anywhere in the world. Completed in September 2018 with a whopping price tag of $38 million — the project was both overdue …
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