Published in the Guelph Mercury Tribune - Opinion Section "Good transit planning is always about understanding and accepting that there are trade-offs. Before discussing which route goes where, what we should be focusing on first is how much of our transit resources do we want to be dedicated to doing one thing over another and … Continue reading Transit planning is about making compromises that work
The following is a letter that TAAG sent to the City regarding the 2019 Capital Budget and Forecast. January 11th, 2019 Re: City of Guelph 2019 Capital Budget and Forecast The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is a broad based, non-profit community organization, made up of local individuals and groups who believe public transit … Continue reading TAAG Response to the 2019 Capital Budget & Forecast
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph, or TAAG, is teaming up with Guelph Politico for a semi-regular new series of podcasts about transit issues called "The Transit Pass". Join us as we talk about the past year, what we hope to see come out of the Transit Business Service Review, and what we can do … Continue reading “The Transit Pass” with TAAG on GuelphPolitico.ca
Ask someone who rides the bus how they feel about Guelph Transit, and they’ll probably say they’re frustrated. Transit consultant Jarrett Walker at Human Transit says that’s perfectly normal, and healthy to a degree. After all, most transit services leave a lot to be desired. However, if you want to improve local transit service, it’s important to … Continue reading Why change can be hard for Transit in Guelph
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph wants to hear from you! Our group is collecting stories about your experience using Guelph Transit. We will then take these stories directly to Guelph City Council, Senior City Staff, and Guelph Transit Managers. We will also use these stories in response to the the 2019 City Budget and the … Continue reading We want your Transit stories!