Is ‘microtransit’ right for our city?

Should the city subsidize your Uber? The experiments behind Ontario’s controversial push for private ‘microtransit’ By Ben Spurr, Toronto Star, Transportation Reporter Thu., Aug. 20, 2020 Many Ontario transit users were likely left scratching their heads this week at news the provincial government is pushing cities to consider replacing their least-used bus routes with “microtransit” as a condition … Continue reading Is ‘microtransit’ right for our city?

Downtown Dining District Detours Guelph Transit Routes until Labour Day

Maps courtesy of https://twitter.com/judithjoy The Downtown Dining project continues Friday, July 10 to Monday, September 7. Guelph Transit is detouring as Macdonell Street (between the Macdonell Street parking lot and the West Parkade) and Wyndham Street (between Carden Street and Cork Street) is closed. Platforms 21 and 22 are closed.  Route 3 Westmount is departing from Platform … Continue reading Downtown Dining District Detours Guelph Transit Routes until Labour Day

Expanded bus terminal, protected bike lines announced for Guelph

Two transportation projects worth a combined $19.41 million won't be completed for several years Funding for two projects that will expand Guelph’s public transit fleet while supporting its transition to clean energy was announced by the three levels of government. The first project involves the expansion and enhancement of the cycling network in Guelph. Construction … Continue reading Expanded bus terminal, protected bike lines announced for Guelph

Mandatory to wear a mask when riding Guelph Transit buses

Guelph Transit has made it mandatory to wear a mask when riding the bus The city first began asking riders to wear a mask or face coverings while using public transit back on June 5. Since then, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has made face coverings mandatory for anyone going to a business in its jurisdiction. In a news release, … Continue reading Mandatory to wear a mask when riding Guelph Transit buses