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Guelph Transit information nights, June 14, 16, 21, 23



Guelph Transit recently finished an extensive study of its routes and services. Later this fall, it will completely revamp its network of routes and make other changes that will develop transit services in Guelph over the next ten years.

The changes include a new downtown terminal on Carden Street — for city, GO Transit and other intercity buses, VIA Rail and GO trains. It also hopes to increase the frequency of service along routes to every 15 minutes, instead of every 20 minutes, Mondays to Fridays during rush hours.

Over the next two weeks, Guelph Transit is hosting a series of information meetings to introduce their upcoming plans. The meetings take place Tuesday, June 14, Thursday, June 16, Tuesday, June 21 and Thursday, June 23.


You can find out more about Guelph Transit’s long-term transit strategy here.

You can see a preview of the new route map here. (.pdf)


Tuesday, June 14

From 3 until 7 p.m.
Guelph Public Library,
Westminster Square Branch,
100-31 Farley Drive.

Getting there by public transit:
54 Arkell bus to Goodwin and Farley Drives.

Thursday, June 16

From 3 until 7 p.m.
West End Recreation Centre,
21 Imperial Road South.

Getting there by public transit:
23 Paisley / Imperial, 70A / B Perimeter buses to the door.

Tuesday, June 21

From 3 until 7 p.m.
Evergreen Seniors Centre
683 Woolwich Street

Getting there by public transit:
1 Woodlawn bus to a stop across from the seniors centre.
Use traffic signal to cross Woolwich Street.

Thursday, June 23

From 3 until 7 p.m.
Guelph City Hall
1 Carden Street

Getting there by public transit:
Buses heading toward St. George’s Square and operating along the 9 Stone Road Mall, 51 Gordon and 52 University / Kortright routes stop on Wilson Street beside City Hall.
Most other Guelph Transit buses operating through downtown Guelph stop within two blocks of City Hall.