Transit

The Roadmap Forward

The Roadmap forward include many options that will move Guelph Transit in the right position to provide higher-order transit service (BRT/LRT) within Guelph, to provide better public service and reaching the goal set out in the Places to Grow, 2006 Growth Strategy of 15% transit modal split. For 2017, the City is proposing changes to peak service on […]

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Guelph Transit offers earlier morning service to connect with GO train as well as Co-Fare Rate

Starting Tuesday, September 6, Guelph Transit is offering early morning shuttle service for residents looking to connect to GO Transit’s newest early morning train service. The new early morning shuttle service will begin at 4:30 a.m., arriving at Guelph Central Station in time for GO Transit’s first train at 5:48 a.m. The shuttle is a […]

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Moving Guelph Forward: The future of Transit in the Royal City

Summary Below courtesy of Robert Mackenzie – Transit Toronto Guelph is one of several medium and smaller municipalities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area that have made major changes to their transit systems over the past few years. (For the record, the others are Barrie, Burlington, Niagara Falls, Oakville and Peterborough.) Some of these network reviews have […]

Transit

What’s the Best Place for a Bus Stop?

In a recent article for Citylab, Aarian Marshall reports on McGill University doctoral candidate Ehab Diab and the transportation planner and associate professor Ahmed El-Geneidy study that suggests there’s a best—and cheapest corner for passenger pickups. The ideal bus stop placement has been a matter of debate for many. Some believe the best place to […]