LETTER: A car-free downtown must include public transit

'Idea of a car-free areas is to encourage residents to try sustainable options such as public transit and non-motorised modes' The following letter was sent to and published in Guelph Today and Guelph Mercury Tribune (Note the Mercury Tribune version was edited down by the newspaper for space.) Dear Editor The term “car free” has … Continue reading LETTER: A car-free downtown must include public transit

Learn about Transit webinar: Multimodal Transportation Integration – March 23rd

The March edition of TAAG's “Learn about Transit” webinar will be on the topic of Multimodal Transportation Integration: A Framework for Sustainable Planning. Learn about how providing viable, attractive transportation alternatives for citizens, including walking, cycling and transit, is critical in building a healthy, sustainable community. Find out the framework of how each mode works individually, but … Continue reading Learn about Transit webinar: Multimodal Transportation Integration – March 23rd

When you close the street to cars, you close them to buses too

From GuelphToday.ca Dining District in Summer 2020 From GuelphToday.ca: I wasn’t sure I was feeling angry enough to tap out a column this week, but then the mayor decided to tweet about this summer’s patio program. To be fair, I don’t fault Mayor Cam Guthrie for his excitement. One cannot deny that last summer’s dining … Continue reading When you close the street to cars, you close them to buses too

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