Cities in the U.S. and around the world are making buses and trains free for residents, aiming to increase equality and tackle pollution. By Amy Crawford, HuffPost US Candria Gray and her two children live in Worcester, Massachusetts, where they rely on city buses to get nearly everywhere: college classes, elementary school, the pediatrician’s office. … Continue reading Here’s What Happens When Public Transit Is Free
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
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
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!
The following is a letter that TAAG sent to the City regarding the 2019 Capital Budget and Forecast. January 11th, 2019 Re: City of Guelph 2019 Capital Budget and Forecast The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is a broad based, non-profit community organization, made up of local individuals and groups who believe public transit … Continue reading TAAG Response to the 2019 Capital Budget & Forecast