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 a greater range of jobs, without burdening them with the cost of owning a car for every adult in their household.
It gives transit riders freedom and choice. Riders can work late or leave early and not be held hostage to a transit schedule that is only focused on the peak rush hour commuter. Even those who only use transit at peak rush times value service at other times too, even if they never use it. What’s more, many people won’t use transit to get to their destination unless…Continue reading on Guelph Mercury Tribune website