WE NEED YOU!

Volunteers and new members are needed to help advocate for better transit in Guelph and area. Why should you support the Transit Action Alliance of Guelph? As an organization, TAAG will benefit those using public transit by providing: A Collective Voice in ensuring that members know their voice is going to be heard by those in charge.Information Sharing by raising … Continue reading WE NEED YOU!

Will there be no smoking at Guelph Central Station? Have your say!

Tired of smokers at Guelph Central Station or at any Guelph Transit bus stop? Here is your chance to offer input on having enforceable rules for no smoking at transit stops and places like Guelph Central Station. The City is looking for your input on proposed smoking regulations through an online survey running from September … Continue reading Will there be no smoking at Guelph Central Station? Have your say!

Guelph Transit offering free rides for Homecoming, adding additional trips

Everyone will be able to ride Guelph Transit for free on Saturday during Homecoming 2019. In a post on its website, the city said there will be no charge on all routes between 5:45 a.m. Saturday and 12:15 a.m. Sunday. The University of Guelph’s Central Student Association and Graduate Student Association are sponsoring the free service for the day … Continue reading Guelph Transit offering free rides for Homecoming, adding additional trips

Tell Guelph Transit where you want to fill the new reloadable fare cards

Guelph Transit will be introducing a reloadable fare card later this year. Here is your chance to tell Guelph Transit where you would like to reload your fare card. Options include online, telephone, in person at a City facility, self-serve kiosk, or other (e.g. retail location near home or workplace). Public input will help them … Continue reading Tell Guelph Transit where you want to fill the new reloadable fare cards

Investment in public transit is good for Guelph’s economy

Public transportation helps ensure Guelphites have more money in their pockets The combination of growth and growing demands on taxpayer dollars is forcing cities to make tough choices between worthy causes. They should take heart: One cause merits investment, not just because it is worthy in itself, but because it generates revenue for taxpayers rather … Continue reading Investment in public transit is good for Guelph’s economy