Canada’s public transit on the rebound from COVID-19

From National Observer/Canadian Press The COVID-19 pandemic has led to massive declines in public transit ridership across Canada, yet many cities decided to maintain service levels this year, while others even chose to expand. Not long after the global health crisis reached Canada, rates of public transit use across the country dropped by about 85 per cent, … Continue reading Canada’s public transit on the rebound from COVID-19

Downtown Dining District Detours Guelph Transit Routes until Labour Day

Maps courtesy of https://twitter.com/judithjoy The Downtown Dining project continues Friday, July 10 to Monday, September 7. Guelph Transit is detouring as Macdonell Street (between the Macdonell Street parking lot and the West Parkade) and Wyndham Street (between Carden Street and Cork Street) is closed. Platforms 21 and 22 are closed.  Route 3 Westmount is departing from Platform … Continue reading Downtown Dining District Detours Guelph Transit Routes until Labour Day

Mandatory to wear a mask when riding Guelph Transit buses

Guelph Transit has made it mandatory to wear a mask when riding the bus The city first began asking riders to wear a mask or face coverings while using public transit back on June 5. Since then, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health has made face coverings mandatory for anyone going to a business in its jurisdiction. In a news release, … Continue reading Mandatory to wear a mask when riding Guelph Transit buses

Guelph Transit asks riders to wear masks as more people are permitted on buses

From CTV Kitchener -- A COVID-19 restriction for Guelph transit is going to be removed. Starting Monday, the 10-person limit for buses in the royal city will be lifted. Transit officials say the decision was made to account for the warming weather, businesses reopening, and need for transportation increasing. “We’re noticing the ridership, which was … Continue reading Guelph Transit asks riders to wear masks as more people are permitted on buses