Have your say on Guelph Transit’s proposed route changes

Online survey closes June 20; town hall sessions set for June 8 and 16 Guelph, Ont., May 26, 2021 – Guelph Transit has released its proposed transit system, including an implementation plan, and we invite you to provide input at haveyoursay.guelph.ca until June 20. Robin Gerus, Guelph Transit’s general manager, explains, “What we’re proposing for transit over … Continue reading Have your say on Guelph Transit’s proposed route changes

COVID-19 could end our dependence on cars — if we ‘build back better’

A piecemeal approach to policy is unlikely to untangle the complex systems of land use, physical infrastructure, social habits and political incentives that entrench the dominance of the car, researchers say Governments could capitalize on the growth of telecommuting to promote more car-free lifestyles. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) Cameron Roberts, Carleton University; Andrew Brown, University of … Continue reading COVID-19 could end our dependence on cars — if we ‘build back better’

VIDEO: Learn about Transit Webinar – On-Demand Transit: The Belleville Experience

The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) has launched a new monthly webinar series called "Learn about Transit". The first webinar was held on February 16th. The topic was On-Demand Transit: The Belleville Experience with special guest Paul Buck, Manager of Transit Operations for the City of Belleville, Ontario, Canada. Please see the video below … Continue reading VIDEO: Learn about Transit Webinar – On-Demand Transit: The Belleville Experience

It’s time for a community conversation about transit, says TAAG

By: Richard Vivian of GuelphToday.com With several transit-related plans in development and questions swirling about the long-term impacts of the pandemic, it's time for a public and “shame-free” discussion about what residents want in the system, says Steven Petric, chair of Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG). “We really need to start thinking about the goals … Continue reading It’s time for a community conversation about transit, says TAAG