On the Move is back!
"On the Move" is back & full of transit news and views for you! In this edition, find out about On-Demand Transit, a potential Hamilton to Guelph Bus, & how much the Feds are giving transit...in 2026
Welcome to the rebirth of the On the Move, a twice-a-month newsletter sharing transit news and views from Guelph and beyond presented by the Transit Action Alliance of Guelph. It arrives directly in your inbox on the 1st and 15th of each month.
On-demand transit is coming to Guelph this May replacing three underserviced bus routes. The City wants your input on where the stops should be located. The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is hosting a webinar about on-demand transit with Belleville’s Manager of Transit Operations Paul Buck on Tuesday February 16 at 7 pm.
Bus Detour alert from October 2 to June 2021 for the Route 13 Victoria Road Recreation Centre and Community Bus North.
On Monday’s Family Day, the Conventional Bus service is running on a staggered 60-minute service from 9:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. (schedules here) while the Mobility service is running from 9:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. The Transit Office and Dispatch are also closed.
Thank you for wearing a mask or face covering on the bus. Guelph Transit is still operating on a Saturday service schedule. Schedules can be found here.
Puslinch councillors express concerns about Guelph transportation plan but not so much the Hamilton to Guelph bus.
Remember Guelph Transit is going electric:
U.S. House panel approves $42.5 billion for transportation.
Getting the COVID-19 vaccine shouldn’t require a car.
Have your say on the new On-Demand Bus service starting in Guelph May 2nd.
Is Covid-19 a Threat to Public Transit? Only in the US.
Why create ‘Low-Car’ Cities?
The Transit Action Alliance of Guelph (TAAG) is starting a new monthly ‘Learn about Transit’ series with special guests. On February 16 at 7pm, Paul Buck, the Manager of Transit Operations will be in to talk about On-Demand Transit and how it has worked for the City of Belleville. Click here to sign up for this free event.
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