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Where can you find a map of the Calgary C-Train route?

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A number of websites provide maps of the Calgary C-Train network. The Urban Rail site has maps of metro, underground and urban railway systems throughout the world and displays a concise plan of the C-Train routes. The CBC news website features an interactive map.

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The Calgary C-Train, also known as the LRT, began operation in 1981. There are two lines, the 201 and 202, with the former running from Tuscany in the northwest to Somerset-Bridlewood in the south. The 202 line runs from 69th Street in the west to Saddletown in the northeast. Detailed travel information for all Calgary public transport is available from the Calgary Transit website.

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