Riding Guelph Transit

The members of Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1189 voted to reject a tentative agreement ratified by Guelph City Council and endorsed by their own union executive.

With the tentative agreement defeated, the City has reinstituted the lockout originally set to begin Monday, July 14. Guelph Transit services are halted indefinitely until such time as the members of ATU Local 1189 reconsider the City’s offer.

Updates about disruptions to Guelph Transit
and other City services, transportation alternatives and negotiation updates

 

  • Trip Planning

    Plan your trip online with Google Transit or use our NextBus Arrival System with your phone or on the web.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Wondering if we have a “lost and found” area or where to purchase tickets and passes?

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    Telephone: 519-822-1811
    Email: transit@guelph.ca
    TTY: 519-837-5731
    Fax: 519-822-1322

  • Bike Racks

    All conventional buses are equipped with an easy-to-use bike rack on the front of the bus, which allows you to take your bike anywhere our buses can take you.

    Learn about bike racks

  • Rules and guidelines

    Guelph Transit Operators are responsible for the operation of the bus and administering the rules and regulations that ensure a safe and comfortable ride for all passengers.

    Rules and guidelines

  • Accessible Service

    Mobility Services provides service from accessible door to accessible door within the City limits of Guelph.

  • Priority and courtesy seating

    Show you care… offer your seat to someone who needs it more than you.

    Learn about Priority and Courtesy Seating