City Council has approved an increase in the frequency of service to twenty minutes from 7.00 am to approximately 7.00pm to
beginning in September 2008. There will be no change in the
Express routes will not be included in this new initiative.
Operating costs are expected to rise over 20% while ridership in expected to increase less than 5%
This will probably increase the rate of subsidy to transit to almost 60% which would make our system the most inefficient
in the province.
Our old transit routes have remained unchanged for almost 40 years while the city has grown enormously.
Bob believes that the continuous improvement of transit is an important obligation of municipal government.
Faster travel times for people commuting to work throughout the city, not just downtown or the university.
Bus stop times posted on bus stop signs
Route schedules that are maintainable every day.
Increasing the percentage of people using transit.
Reducing to level of fuel consumed.