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Guelph Transit further detours buses during construction,
starting today



Update — September 29: Starting today, Guelph Transit is closing the intersection of Norfolk and Suffolk Streets, resulting in more detours for buses operating along the 3 *Waterloo / Fife route.


Update — September 6: Starting Tuesday, September 8, Guelph Transit is further detouring buses operating along the 3 Waterloo - Fife route for another construction project.


Update — August 12: Guelph Transit buses return to St. George’s Square and buses operating along the 3 Waterloo - Fife route resume the detour that started on Tuesday, July 7.


Update — July 24: During the next phase of the project, the City is closing the intersection of Norfolk Street with Paisley and Quebec Streets and relocating Guelph Transit’s downtown terminal from St. George’s Square to Woolwich Street. Guelph Transit is suspending the detours that this post originally described and setting up different detours until Monday, August 10.


During the next phase of its ongoing project to rebuild Norfolk Street between Paisley Street / Quebec Street and Waterloo Avenue / Wilson Street, the City of Guelph is closing the intersection of Cork Street East with Norfolk.

Guelph Transit is detouring buses operating along the 3 Waterloo / Fife route while the intersection is closed.

3 Waterloo / Fife

From Tuesday, July 7 until Friday, July 17, inbound buses operate along their regular route.

Outbound buses start their trips on Quebec Street at Wyndham Street North (St. George’s Square), then proceed:

northward along Wyndham North;
northwestward along Woolwich Street;
westward along Suffolk Streets East and West; and then
southward along Yorkshire Street North to Paisley Street,
resuming their regular route southward along Paisley.

Buses do not serve the westbound stops on Paisley Street, west of Norfolk Street and at Glasgow Street North.

Guelph Transit has been detouring the 9 Stone Road Mall, 10 College / Niska, 51 Gordon, 52 University / Kortright and 54 Arkell routes since Monday, June 8.


Inbound buses operate toward downtown Guelph.

Outbound buses operate away from downtown Guelph.