Transit

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York Region Urban Transit Service Expansion
York Region Transit significantly increased ridership by 21% and reached a high 12.1 trips per capita by expanding and increasing frequency of existing services and adding new service for areas of growth. (October 2005)

City of Sarnia and City of Barrie Urban Transit Route Restructuring
Case study municipalities City of Sarnia and City of Barrie identified route restructuring for specific markets as a practice that would result in increased ridership. (August 2005)

City of Mississauga–Mississauga Transit Strategic Performance Measurement System
City of Mississauga – Mississauga Transit. Mississauga Transit is a relatively large transit organization with 345 buses in the fleet and over 700 unionized operations and maintenance staff and 100 non-union employees. (August 2004)

City of London-London Transit Commission Strategic Business Plan Management
London is a community of approximately 350,000 people, served by the London Transit Commission (LTC). (August 2004)

City of Stratford–Stratford Transit Bulk Fuel Purchase
City of Stratford is a community of approximately 30,000 people, located about 60 kilometres northeast of London. (February 2004)

City of Hamilton–Hamilton Street Railway Universal Pass
In 1997 Hamilton introduced the Universal Pass for McMaster University students, following the concept introduced by several other systems in the US and Canada. (February 2004)

City of Peterborough–Peterborough Transit Dial-a-bus Service
Peterborough is a community of approximately 75,000 with a transit system operating approximately 30 buses in its conventional fleet during peak hours. (February 2004)

City of Hamilton–Hamilton Street Railway Alternative Service Delivery Trans-Cab
The Trans-Cab service was initiated in 1998 as a two-year experiment to provide service to the only urbanized area within HSR's service area that did not have service. (February 2004)

Contact

Bruce McLeod
OMKN Coordinator

T 416.971.9856 ext. 350
TF 1.877.426.6527
F 416.971.6191