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Guelph Transit increases service, January 6



Starting Sunday, January 6, Guelph Transit will increase its services to the south end of the City.

It will: introduce a new route; and extend current routes.


The changes affect these routes: 51 Gordon, 54 Arkell, 59 University-Gordon.


Introduce a new route

59 University-Gordon: Starting Monday, January 7, on Monday-to-Friday afternoons from 2:20 until 6:20 p.m., southbound buses on the will leave the University Centre and proceed southward along Gordon Street, eastward along Clairfields Drive East, southward along Farley Drive, eastward along Goodwin Drive and then southward along Beaver Meadow Drive to Clair Road East. Northbound buses operate westward along Clair Roads East and West, northward along Gosling Gardens, eastward along Clairfields Drive West and then northward along Gordon Street to the University Centre.


Extend current routes

54 Arkell: Starting Sunday, January 6, southbound buses will operate seven days a week along their current route to Goodwin Drive and Beaver Meadow Drive, then continue eastward along Goodwin to the traffic circle at Hall Avenue. They will then turn around the circle and proceed westward along Goodwin to Beaver Meadow, resuming their current northbound route northward along Beaver Meadow.

51 Gordon Extra: Starting Monday, January 7, on Monday-to-Friday mornings from 8 until 10 a.m., extra southbound buses operate from the University Centre along the regular 51 Gordon route to Gordon Street and Lowes Road East, then proceed eastward along Lowes, southward along Pine Ridge Drive, westward along Clairfields Drive, southward along Gordon Street and then westward along Clair Road West to Gosling Gardens. Northbound buses follow the regular 51 Gordon route from Clair and Gosling Gardens to the University Centre.


You’ll find more details, including maps, of the new services here.

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