Guelph showing ‘leadership in Canada’ with bus fleet electrification

From GuelphToday.com: With an eye toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the potential for operational savings, several Ontario municipalities, including Guelph, have started down the path toward electrifying their bus fleet.  They’re all at different stages of the process – none are completely there yet. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is the furthest along. With 60 … Continue reading Guelph showing ‘leadership in Canada’ with bus fleet electrification

October 31 is the last day to use Paper Tickets on Guelph Transit

The last day you can use the old-fashioned paper Transit tickets is on October 31st. Details are here. Originally, the end date for paper tickets was May 31st, but the deadline was pushed back because of COVID-19. If you have the old paper Transit tickets, you can either use them, or you can take them … Continue reading October 31 is the last day to use Paper Tickets on Guelph Transit

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City launches Traverse: Transit shelter artist showcase and self-guided ward tours

Guelph, Ont., September 23, 2020 – Traverse is the City’s latest tourism and culture initiative, showcasing original local artists’ work  in Guelph Transit shelters across the city.  The location of each shelter is available at guelph.ca/traverse so residents and visitors can tour the city to view the art. The City received $101,000 in funding earlier this summer … Continue reading City launches Traverse: Transit shelter artist showcase and self-guided ward tours

Is ‘microtransit’ right for our city?

Should the city subsidize your Uber? The experiments behind Ontario’s controversial push for private ‘microtransit’ By Ben Spurr, Toronto Star, Transportation Reporter Thu., Aug. 20, 2020 Many Ontario transit users were likely left scratching their heads this week at news the provincial government is pushing cities to consider replacing their least-used bus routes with “microtransit” as a condition … Continue reading Is ‘microtransit’ right for our city?