UPDATE 1-CN sells two rail lines in Toronto for C$310.5 mln


(Adds details on lines) March 27 (Reuters) - Canadian National Railways said it has sold two rail line segments in the greater Toronto region to Metrolinx, Ontario's regional transport agency, for C$310.5 million. Metrolinx is buying a line that runs from Rosedale Valley road north through the Don Valley to CN's main east-west freight line near the Toronto-York region border. The line is a part of CN's Bala subdivision. GO Transit, Metrolinx's inter-regional transit system in Ontario, links ...

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