Canadian transit agencies adjust services due to COVID-19 pandemic

LEARN HOW GUELPH TRANSIT IS RESPONDING BY CLICKING HERE The Canadian Press TORONTO — Transit agencies across Canada have adjusted their operations as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, in some cases by suspending fare collection altogether. Efforts to reduce exposure to the virus have taken different forms for transit commissions, which have varying types … Continue reading Canadian transit agencies adjust services due to COVID-19 pandemic

Guelph Transit changing service to slow the spread of coronavirus

Free transit until April 15; operating on 30-minute schedule Monday to Saturday and Sunday regular schedule Guelph, Ont., March 17, 2020 – Starting tomorrow, March 18, Guelph Transit is making service changes as part of the City’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19). Service changes include: cancelling late night bus service  for University of Guelph studentsoffering free transit service … Continue reading Guelph Transit changing service to slow the spread of coronavirus

CANCELLED: Get on board with TAAG at the Transit Pub Night

ATTENTION: THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 If you’re interested in talking about Guelph walking, biking, and transit, please join us for an informal gathering on Wednesday, March 25th at Bobby O'Brien's Irish Pub from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. We’d love to have you join us and share your ideas concerning local transportation … Continue reading CANCELLED: Get on board with TAAG at the Transit Pub Night

Free Transit for Kids and Teens: 4 ways to pay for it (and 2 not so popular ways)

Article by Andrew Donovan In Mayor Cam Guthrie’s State of the City address for 2020, he put forward the idea that in the (near) future, he’d like to see free transit for 18 and under in Guelph. While I’d consider myself a supporter of that vision, I did have questions about how the city would … Continue reading Free Transit for Kids and Teens: 4 ways to pay for it (and 2 not so popular ways)

Here’s What Happens When Public Transit Is Free

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