Join us on July 4th! Guelph Coalition for Active Transportation and Transit Action Alliance of Guelph invite you to a casual get together to talk about active transportation and public transit in Guelph and area. Learn a bit more about each group, and let us know your experiences when getting around by walking, biking, and/or taking transit. Do you … Continue reading “Getting Around Guelph” Pub Night
If Guelph wants to evolve, then quality transit must be running all the time A transit service that maximizes access for the greatest possible number and diversity of people brings opportunity. An abundant all-day, all-week transit system gives financially stressed people — especially students, factory workers, and service-sector employees — real opportunities, including access to … Continue reading Better transit will bring opportunity to Guelph
The City of Guelph is currently developing a Community Plan. There is a section about Transportation, covering transit, cycling, and walking. The Draft version of this report is now available for comments. Below is the Transit vision: "We move around freely". Transit is a priority to Guelphites. People in our community want us to facilitate … Continue reading Guelph’s Community Plan: A Discussion Paper – Give your input on Transit!
Guelph Transit is exploring improvements to the Community Bus. This service serves all Transit customers who wish to reach key community locations throughout Guelph in one trip. Guelph Transit are exploring improvements to the service so that riders can reach their desired key locations more often and/or at other times of day. Guelph Transit wants … Continue reading Have your say: Guelph Transit Community Bus service
Buses need to be given a path around congestion “I’ve been waiting 15 minutes for the bus to show and two showed up at the same time.” This phenomenon is known as “bus bunching,” It’s a problem that has been afflicting transit systems around the world for decades. Bus bunching is very annoying for riders, … Continue reading Solutions exist that could reduce Guelph Transit’s often overcrowded buses