Guelph Transit will provide service during the holiday season. Temporary service changes and holiday service information is d… Continue reading Guelph Transit holiday service hours: December 24 to January 7
Guelph, Ontario, December 8, 2017—Investing in public infrastructure supports efficient, affordable and… Continue reading Governments of Canada and Ontario invest in public transit in Guelph
Guelph, Ont., December 7, 2017 – Guelph Transit is making minor adjustments to a few of its routes, starting January 7. “The… Continue reading Guelph Transit makes tweaks to select routes
The agreement takes effect immediately. More information will be available on guelph.ca once both parties have signed the agreement.
GUELPH, ON, November 6, 2017 — The City of Guelph and Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1189, representing the City’s ful… Continue reading City of Guelph and Guelph Transit union reach tentative agreement
Eastbound lane closure on Waterloo Avenue starts October 19 Waterloo Avenue at Essex Street Manhole reconstruction is taking… Continue reading Construction notice: Eastbound lane closure on Waterloo Avenue starts October 19
Guelph, Ont., October 6, 2017 – Guelph Transit’s boarding and ridership numbers for September show an overall increase of 44… Continue reading Guelph Transit ridership up 44 per cent in September
Guelph, Ont., September 20, 2017 – Guelph Transit is making it easier to catch an event at the Sleeman Centre and River Run C… Continue reading Guelph Transit introduces special event fare
Attention news, photo and video editors Guelph, Ont., September 1, 2017 – The media is invited to join us on Sunday, Septembe… Continue reading Guelph Transit’s route 99 Mainline is ready to roll
A map showing the Safe Semester road closures downtown at Macdonell and Wyndham Streets. An accessible portable bathroom is l… Continue reading Safe Semester results in respectful place for all downtown Guelph users
Routes and schedules are changing to improve service Guelph, Ont., August 24, 2017 – When buses begin to roll on the morning… Continue reading Passenger input and ridership data drive transit route changes
We have added routes, made changes to several existing routes, added new bus stops, and removed bus stops that were not being used very often.
MP Lloyd Longfield, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, announced today that the City of Guelph’s new public transit project has been approved.
The City’s applications to date have successfully secured $17.3 million for eight infrastructure-related projects in our community.
Notice date: March 24, 2017 About the special event The City of Guelph is hosting the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour in Market S… Continue reading Special event notice: Road closures/parking restrictions on Carden and Wilson streets
Province providing new funding to manage congestion, improve commutes Guelph, Ontario, December 22, 2016 – Ontario is helping… Continue reading Ontario helping Guelph improve and expand public transit
Priority seating 101 Did you know that not all disabilities are visible? Guelph Transit is raising awareness about the availa… Continue reading Do your part to help riders
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.
Guelph City Council agreed to the list of projects recommended for federal infrastructure funding.
A look at some of the budget details On December 10, 2015, City Council approved a $216 million operating budget and a $61 mi… Continue reading 2016 budget highlights
The City of Guelph’s second Open Guelph Hackathon came to close on March 1 with nine apps submitted to enhance City services.