Extend Emergency Transit Funding, Groups Urge Finance Minister

OTTAWA - Sixty organizations, including TAAG, have signed a letter to Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland urging her to extend emergency operational funding in the federal government’s upcoming  budget.  The organizations include large unions representing hundreds of thousands of workers, environmental groups like the David Suzuki Foundation and national anti-poverty and tenant organizations like ACORN Canada … Continue reading Extend Emergency Transit Funding, Groups Urge Finance Minister

Learn about Transit: Understanding the Basics of Transit Scheduling

Ever wonder how transit schedules are created? What information schedulers use to build effective schedules and what they must take into account when creating a schedule? Join us on April 28th for as Dennis Fletcher of Fletcher and Associates will deliver the one-hour webinar: Understanding Basic Transit Scheduling Concepts. Register online by clicking here or going to our … Continue reading Learn about Transit: Understanding the Basics of Transit Scheduling

TAAG responds to 2021-2023 Seasonal Patio Program

The following was sent to Guelph City Council regarding the 2021-2023 Seasonal Patio Program. Dear City Council, I am writing you today on behalf of the Board of Directors of TAAG regarding the proposed 2021-2023 Seasonal Patio Program. The creation of patio spaces in parking stalls within Downtown Guelph will offer everyone from transit and … Continue reading TAAG responds to 2021-2023 Seasonal Patio Program

Video: Learn about Transit webinar: Multimodal Transportation Integration

The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) has launched a new monthly webinar series called “Learn about Transit”. This webinar was on the topic of Multimodal Transportation Integration: A Framework for Sustainable Planning Please see the video below for the full webinar and Q/A after. Join us for future webinars. Become a member of TAAG today! … Continue reading Video: Learn about Transit webinar: Multimodal Transportation Integration

Funding for two-way all-day GO service in the 2021 budget is a step in the right direction

The 2021 Ontario budget outlines the next steps for the Kitchener GO Rail expansion project, include building more tracks and new platforms along the corridor between Georgetown and Kitchener. The province said this work will include improvements to the Guelph Central Station along with track maintenance and track upgrades. The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph … Continue reading Funding for two-way all-day GO service in the 2021 budget is a step in the right direction