The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph invited members of Guelph City Council and the Mayor to take a ride on Guelph Transit with members of TAAG. The goal was to take members of Guelph City Council for a mini tour of Guelph Transit along the 99 Mainline, stopping at Guelph Central Station, the University Centre, … Continue reading Guelph City Councillors take a ride on Guelph Transit with TAAG members
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph, or TAAG, is teaming up with Guelph Politico for a semi-regular new series of podcasts about transit issues called "The Transit Pass". Join us as we talk about the past year, what we hope to see come out of the Transit Business Service Review, and what we can do … Continue reading “The Transit Pass” with TAAG on GuelphPolitico.ca
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph wants to hear from you! Our group is collecting stories about your experience using Guelph Transit. We will then take these stories directly to Guelph City Council, Senior City Staff, and Guelph Transit Managers. We will also use these stories in response to the the 2019 City Budget and the … Continue reading We want your Transit stories!
TAAG sent our a short survey asking Candidates for Guelph City Council and Public and Catholic School Trustees about Transit and their vision for it. The following are the responses we received as of October 20th, 2018. James Gordon, Ward 2 Candidate for City Council (Incumbent) 1)What is your vision for public transportation operating structure … Continue reading Guelph Candidate Answers – Transit – 2018
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