GuelphToday.com article: “New transit advocacy group forms in Guelph”

From GuelphToday.com New transit advocacy group forms in Guelph Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is a not-for-profit advocacy group recently set up to allow the public to have greater say in the direction of public transit A new transit advocacy group in Guelph is inviting the public to a community meeting next month with hopes … Continue reading GuelphToday.com article: “New transit advocacy group forms in Guelph”

Resources for Transit Users of Guelph

Resources for Transit Users of Guelph Looking for public transit-related resources? You’ll find them below. We will post links to City of Guelph reports, blogs with frequent public transit related items, and even public transit-related research to inform and educate. We will update with more links throughout the coming weeks and months at http://www.taaguelph.com/resources System … Continue reading Resources for Transit Users of Guelph

City of Guelph wants you to have your say on transit services

Here is your chance to give feedback on Guelph Transit services and what they should do to fix certain things. See the news release below for the website link. TAAG hopes the City will take these comments and concerns seriously and address them in a timely manner. Online survey available until October 5 Guelph, Ont., … Continue reading City of Guelph wants you to have your say on transit services

Personal Vehicles Versus Public Transit & The Environmental Case For Public Transit

Personal Vehicles Versus Public Transit At What Cost? Car drivers are only paying the direct costs of operating their vehicles, but we’re all paying the rest of the price: congestion, pollution, and road maintenance.  One busload of passengers is responsible for 40 fewer vehicles on the road during rush hours, saves 70,000 litres of fuel, … Continue reading Personal Vehicles Versus Public Transit & The Environmental Case For Public Transit