Guelph Transit’s route 99 Mainline is ready to roll

Attention news, photo and video editors

Guelph, Ont., September 1, 2017 – The media is invited to join us on Sunday, September 3, as Guelph Transit begins service on the 99 Mainline. As part of the September route realignment, the 99 Mainline will run north and south along the Gordon/Norfolk/Woolwich corridor allowing passengers to travel though the city with greater ease.

Guelph Transit, and the City, is committed to building an efficient and effective transit system for, and with the input of, Guelph residents. Staff will be onsite at Guelph Central Station and the University Centre Sunday morning to thank passengers for their ridership and participation in the route realignment.

While no speeches will be given, Mayor Guthrie and Guelph Transit staff will be available for comment and photos.

For more information on the new routes, schedules and stops, visit


Inaugural trip for route 99 Mainline and passenger appreciation


Mayor Cam Guthrie
Mike Spicer, General Manager, Guelph Transit


Sunday, September 3
9 a.m.; first 99 Mainline bus to leave at 9:15 a.m.


Guelph Central Station

Note: Guelph Transit staff will also be at the University Loop Sunday morning at 9 a.m. welcoming and thanking passengers as service gets underway.

Media Contact

Mike Spicer
General Manager, Guelph Transit
519-822-1260 extension 3321