GUELPH POLITICAST #31 – Michael Druker, TriTAG

Transit in Guelph is always a struggle. Every budget year, public transit somehow makes into the first round of cuts proposed; sometimes public pressure gets them taken off the table, and sometimes the fare goes up and holiday service is cut down to an hour. Still, looking at the transit situation throughout our general area it’s not all bad news. So this week, the Guelph Politicast will look to Waterloo Region, where not only is bus service expanding, but they’re building a train down the main street.  Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #31 – Michael Druker, TriTAG”