Here’s What Happens When Public Transit Is Free

Cities in the U.S. and around the world are making buses and trains free for residents, aiming to increase equality and tackle pollution. By Amy Crawford, HuffPost US Candria Gray and her two children live in Worcester, Massachusetts, where they rely on city buses to get nearly everywhere: college classes, elementary school, the pediatrician’s office. … Continue reading Here’s What Happens When Public Transit Is Free

5 ways to celebrate public transit this holiday season

This holiday season, we encourage you to make public transportation part of your celebration! All year long, public transit helps millions of Canadians get where they want to go. To work and school. To gatherings of family and friends. To doctor’s appointments, shopping, sports events, and more. Public transit helps our communities and nation as … Continue reading 5 ways to celebrate public transit this holiday season

A Temporary bus-only lane is coming to Gordon Street for 5 days

Northbound lanes between Kortright Road and South Ring Road to be transformed into “transit priority corridor” from October 19-23, 2019 Share your feedback about the transit priority corridor and temporary bus-only lane on Gordon Street from October 19 to the 23 at haveyoursay.guelph.ca/transportation. The City of Guelph is exploring ways to achieve the Community Plan vision … Continue reading A Temporary bus-only lane is coming to Gordon Street for 5 days

Better transit will bring opportunity to Guelph

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 … Continue reading Better transit will bring opportunity to Guelph