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
In most cities, bus stops are spaced too closely together. On a local bus route, stops should be within a convenient walking distance of each other about 400-500 meters. Guelph is on average at 450 meters. If stops are spaced much more tightly than that, buses spend an excessive amount of time stopped for boarding … Continue reading How bus stop balancing can make your commute faster
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
The City of Guelph is currently developing a Community Plan. There is a section about Transportation, covering transit, cycling, and walking. The Draft version of this report is now available for comments. Below is the Transit vision: "We move around freely". Transit is a priority to Guelphites. People in our community want us to facilitate … Continue reading Guelph’s Community Plan: A Discussion Paper – Give your input on Transit!
Buses need to be given a path around congestion “I’ve been waiting 15 minutes for the bus to show and two showed up at the same time.” This phenomenon is known as “bus bunching,” It’s a problem that has been afflicting transit systems around the world for decades. Bus bunching is very annoying for riders, … Continue reading Solutions exist that could reduce Guelph Transit’s often overcrowded buses