Category Archives: Guelph Transit

Helper buses are here!

We’ve made improvements to our summer service by putting ‘helper’ buses out on the road starting July 4. These helper buses will be scheduled during peak service times, allowing the buses to stay on schedule and for passengers to connect at Guelph Central Station and the University Centre.

Colleen Clack appointed as City’s newest Deputy Chief Administrative Officer

Colleen Clack, who has served as the City of Guelph’s general manager, Culture, Tourism and Community Investment for the past six years, has been appointed by the Executive Team as the City’s newest deputy chief administrative officer (DCAO) of Public Services. In her new position, Clack will oversee Culture, Tourism and Community Investment, Emergency Services, Guelph Transit, Operations, and Parks and Recreation.

Free ride to and from Friday Storm Games

Guelph Storm and Guelph Transit are back at it again! You ride free after 5 p.m. on Guelph Transit when going to and from the Friday night Guelph Storm home games. Simply show your ticket (e-tickets are valid too) when you board the bus and you ride for FREE!

Guelph Transit offers Gordon Corridor route to assist during high traffic periods

The Gordon Corridor bus route is used to pick up riders along Gordon Street during peak times between the University of Guelph and the Clock Tower (located at the intersection of Gordon Street and Clairfields Drive). This bus service is only offered when an extra bus is available and is meant to assist during high traffic periods. It is not regularly scheduled and should not be a rider’s first choice for travel planning.