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Guelph Transit buses will operate every 20 minutes, starting July 7



Guelph Transit will finally reverse its controversial 2007 decision to reduce its service during Monday-to-Friday rush hours from every 30 minutes to every 40 minutes. Starting Monday, July 7, it will increase the frequency of service to and from downtown Guelph to every 20 minutes during the daytime Monday to Friday.


Specifically, Guelph Transit will: extend current routes; and increase service on current routes.


The changes affect these routes: 1 Woodlawn; 3 Waterloo / Fife; 4 York Road; 6 Auden / Eastview; 7 St. Joseph’s Hospital; 8 General Hospital; 9 Stone Road Mall; 10 College / Niska; 22 Conestoga; 23 Paisley / Imperial; 24 Industrial; 51 Gordon; 52 University / Kortright; 54 Arkell; 61 Victor Davis.


Extend current routes:

54 Arkell

Starting Monday, July 7, Guelph Transit will extend the route to downtown Guelph.

Inbound buses (buses traveling toward downtown Guelph) will start their trips Goodwin Drive and Victoria Road South, then proceed:

westward along Goodwin;
northward along Farley and Pine Ridge Drives;
westward along Lowndes Road East;
northward along Gordon Street;
eastward along South Ring Road;
through the University Centre;
westward along South Ring Road;
northward along Gordon and Norfolk Streets; and then
eastward along Quebec Street to St. George’s Square,
ending their trips.

Outbound buses (buses traveling away from downtown Guelph) start their trips at St. George’s Square and proceed:

southward along Wyndham Street North;
westward along Macdonnell Street;
southward along Norfolk and Gordon Streets;
westward along South Ring Road;
through the University Centre,
southward along Gordon;
eastward along Arkell Road;
south- and eastward along Summerfield Drive; and then
southward along Victoria Road South to Goodwin Drive,
ending their trips.

Guelph Transit will also increase the frequency of service to every 20 minutes during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.


Increase service on current routes

54 Arkell:
6 Auden / Eastview:
10 College / Niska:
22 Conestoga:
8 General Hospital:
51 Gordon:
24 Industrial:
23 Paisley / Imperial:
7 St. Joseph’s Hospital:
9 Stone Road Mall:
52 University / Kortright:
61 Victor Davis:
3 Waterloo / Fife:
1 Woodlawn:
4 York Road:

Starting Monday, July 7, Guelph Transit will increase the frequency of these routes operating from St. George’s Square in downtown Guelph to every 20 minutes Monday to Friday from 6:40 a.m. until 6:20 p.m. Buses operating on the routes will leave the Square on the hour and at 20 and 40 minutes past the hour.

After 6:45 p.m., Monday to Friday, buses will continue to operate every 30 minutes, leaving the Square at 15 and 45 minutes after the hour until 12:15 a.m. On Saturdays, buses continue to operate every 30 minutes from 5:45 a.m. until 12:15 a.m., leaving the Square at 15 and 45 minutes after the hour. On Sundays and holidays, buses continue to operate every 30 minutes from 9:15 a.m. until 12:15 a.m., leaving the Square at 15 and 45 minutes after the hour.

On July 7, Guelph Transit will also extend the 54 Arkell route to downtown Guelph.


Guelph Transit operated buses from St. George’s Square every 30 minutes all day Monday to Friday, until September 9, 2007, when it reduced the Monday-to-Friday rush-hour frequency to every 40 minutes.

On Sunday, July 6, Guelph Transit will raise its fares. Increasing fares and more funding from the federal and provincial governments have allowed Guelph Transit to buy and operate more buses and offer its passengers more frequent weekday service. Starting Monday, July 7, Guelph Transit will operate 10 more buses during Monday-to-Friday rush hours.

In September, 2008 and January 2009, Guelph Transit will start operating more accessible buses on its routes.


You can learn more about why Guelph Transit reduced the frequency of its service during rush hours in 2007 here.