Investment in public transit is good for Guelph’s economy

Public transportation helps ensure Guelphites have more money in their pockets The combination of growth and growing demands on taxpayer dollars is forcing cities to make tough choices between worthy causes. They should take heart: One cause merits investment, not just because it is worthy in itself, but because it generates revenue for taxpayers rather … Continue reading Investment in public transit is good for Guelph’s economy

Detours for Guelph Transit due to University of Guelph move-in day Saturday, August 31

University of Guelph students move in on August 31, 2019. This impacts routes 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 15, 17, 18 and 99 Mainline (North/South) between 5 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Please see the map above indicates the temporary platform locations on Stone Road in front of the OMAFRA Building. TAKE ACTION THIS FALL HELP MAKE TRANSIT BETTER FOR … Continue reading Detours for Guelph Transit due to University of Guelph move-in day Saturday, August 31

Funding for five projects to improve Transit in Guelph announced

Province has nominated projects for federal infrastructure program worth $171 million dollars over eight years In a news release on Friday, August 16th, it was announced that five projects from Guelph, which will cost approximately $171 million over eight years, were being nominated by the province for the public transit stream of the federal government’s Investing in … Continue reading Funding for five projects to improve Transit in Guelph announced

Transit should be a huge player in Guelph’s climate action plan

First the City of Guelph has to be bold in making transit easier to use Our local communities are facing the challenge of making our transportation systems more sustainable. We must work harder in finding a better balance among our social, economic and environmental objectives by shifting demand to more efficient modes of travel. Shifting … Continue reading Transit should be a huge player in Guelph’s climate action plan