Guelph Transit invites public to discuss bus rapid transit options on June 3

Guelph, ON, May 27, 2015 – Guelph Transit invites riders and members of the public to attend a public event on Wednesday, June 3 to discuss options for making Guelph Transit better, faster and more reliable.

“We recognize Guelph Transit must evolve to keep pace with population and employment growth, and to reach our 15 per cent modal share target by 2031,” explains Phil Meagher, general manager, Guelph Transit. “To increase transit use, Guelph Transit needs to implement appropriate transportation priority measures, which may include bus rapid transit. We want to involve our riders and the community at large in helping us determine what transit options would work best in Guelph.”

At the event, participants will:

  • Learn about the Guelph Transit Priority Project,
  • Hear from transit experts;
  • Learn about bus rapid transit and other transit priority measures being considered by Guelph Transit, and
  • Provide feedback on the preliminary recommendations to implement transit priority measures in Guelph.

For those who cannot attend in person, there is an opportunity to provide feedback online at from June 3 to 17.

Guelph Transit will gather public feedback before finalizing and submitting the Guelph Transit Priority Project recommendations to City Council in fall 2015.


Guelph Transit Priority Project public event


Expert speakers including Graham Carey from careyBRT
Guelph Transit staff


Council Chambers and Galleria, City Hall
1 Carden Street, Guelph


Wednesday, June 3
6-9 p.m.

About the Guelph Transit Priority Project

The Guelph Transit Priority Project will identify Transit Priority Measures for implementation in the short-, medium-, and long-term, and study the feasibility of developing bus rapid transit initiatives on key corridors in Guelph.

For more information

Phil Meagher, General Manager
Guelph Transit
519-822-1260 extension 3321