TAAG responds to proposed allocation of new buses

Re: Allocation of New Buses - PS-2019-23 Overall, the Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is in support of the decision by Guelph Transit to allocate the five new buses toward areas that have rising needs and demands as opposed to allocating all of them toward the low ridership, coverage based community bus route. You … Continue reading TAAG responds to proposed allocation of new buses

City wants your feedback on the test transit-only lane along Gordon Street

Let the City of Guelph know what you thought of the dedicated bus lane pilot on Gordon Street last week. Whether you're a driver, cyclist, Guelph Transit or GO Transit user or a pedestrian, your input matters. Go to https://www.haveyoursay.guelph.ca/transportation to fill out the survey which closes soon! https://twitter.com/benitavanm/status/1187798922581942274 https://twitter.com/ward6mark/status/1186637102349504512 https://twitter.com/orourke_ward6/status/1187808596135960581

Will there be no smoking at Guelph Central Station? Have your say!

Tired of smokers at Guelph Central Station or at any Guelph Transit bus stop? Here is your chance to offer input on having enforceable rules for no smoking at transit stops and places like Guelph Central Station. The City is looking for your input on proposed smoking regulations through an online survey running from September … Continue reading Will there be no smoking at Guelph Central Station? Have your say!

Take Action: Your voice can change the future of transit in Guelph

Good transit is essential for members of our community to access jobs, school, healthcare... opportunity. Transit helps to reduce traffic and pollution, which benefit both riders and non-riders alike. And it's more than just Guelph. Good transit helps our whole region: it provides access to jobs, creates jobs, revitalizes neighbourhoods, and saves money on infrastructure … Continue reading Take Action: Your voice can change the future of transit in Guelph