The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (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 transit issues facing Guelph and area, the city's progress of implementing the recommendations out of the Transit Business Service Review, and what we … Continue reading Listen to “The Transit Pass” with TAAG Podcast!
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph invited members of Guelph City Council and the Mayor to take a ride on Guelph Transit with members of TAAG. The goal was to take members of Guelph City Council for a mini tour of Guelph Transit along the 99 Mainline, stopping at Guelph Central Station, the University Centre, … Continue reading Guelph City Councillors take a ride on Guelph Transit with TAAG members
There are many factors to why your bus is late. From traffic congestion to car accidents, bus breakdowns, construction, emergency detours, higher than normal passenger loads and traffic lights. Some of these things are in the transits control while others are not. So why is the bus late anyways? Here are a select few (there … Continue reading Is Your Bus Late? Find Out Why And Some Solutions To Fix It
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is pleased to release its ideas and suggestions pertaining to the results of the Transit Business Service Review by the City of Guelph. There are twelve recommendations resulting from the Review. These recommendations include options around staffing and service level changes, service standards, funding and fare pricing guidelines, … Continue reading TAAG response to Transit Business Service Review
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