Friday, October 19, 2007

The Routes




* Dundas East(Bank of Montreal) - Dundas/Wellington, Dundas, Stafford, Clarke, Dundas to Houser's Lane, Nellis, West, Dundas Young, Peel, to Wellington.
* Hospital(Church) - Wellington/Dundas, Givins, Hunter, Winnett, Ingersoll Ave., Riddell, Vincent, Wellington, Brant, Huron, Devonshire, Light, Vincent, Delatre, Oxford, Mill, Main, Ingersoll Rd., Dundas.
* Eastdale(Car Lot) - Wellington, Victoria, Walter, College Ave., Fyfe, Pavey, Kam, Alice, Maud, Anne, Norwich Ave., Dufferin, Maud, Isabel, Aileen,-Alice, Sunset, Lincoln, Bee, Parkinson, Longworth, Juliana, Norwich Ave., Salter, Odlum, Parkinson Rd., Fyfe, College, Wilson, Henry, Wellington, to Dundas.
* Northdale(Church) Wellington, Adelaide, York, Princess, Graham, Ingersoll Ave., Huron, Devonshire, Wellington, Fair, Glencairn, Huron, Leinster, Durham Cres., Leinster, Devonshire, Clarke, Sloane, Knightsbridge, Lancaster, Huron, Ingersoll Ave., Wellington, to Dundas.
* Southside(Car Lot) - Wellington, Simcoe, Finkle, Main, Mill, Park Row, Ingersoll Rd., Anderson, Sixth, Mill, Parkinson, Finkle to Complex, through Complex at Arena, St. Mary's High School, to Juliana, Lindsay, Ferguson, Parkinson, Finkle, Spencer, Mill, Main, Finkle, Peel, to Wellington.
* Springbank (Church) Wellington, Dundas, Kent, Canterbury, Huron, Hughson, Warwick, Springbank, Sprucedale, Lansdowne, Mohawk, Ojibway, Springbank, Sloane, Cromwell, Berwick, Warwick, Hughson, Huron, Canterbury, Kent, Dundas.

Hours of Operation
Transit runs on a 30 minute service. Hours are:
6:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday to Friday
8:30 am to 6:30 pm Saturdays
Fare Structure

Adult/Senior

* $2.00 - cash
* $35.00 - City Hall & Canada Trust Han-D-Ride (22)
* $50.00 - City Hall Only Monthly Unlimited Pass

Student (with student card)

* $1.00 - cash
* $20.00 - City Hall & Canada Trust Han-D-Ride (22)
* $50.00 - City Hall Only Monthly Unlimited Pass

Children Under 5 years free
Bus Advertising

The Community Services Department rents signboard space on our buses, including Paratransit, to Businesses/Agencies.


For further information contact the Community Services Department at 539-2382, ext. 4102.

Transit Ridership Growth Plan

With the assistance of the dedicated portion of the gas tax to public transit by the Province, the City of Woodstock is committed to reinvesting in and renewing its public transit system. The following document presents the City’s Ridership Growth Plan for increasing transit ridership on its conventional and specialized transit services and its Asset Management Plan for renewing and managing its transit assets.

The Ridership Growth Plan covers a five year horizon and identifies actions which are intended to be undertaken immediately (one year) and in the short term (up to five years). The Asset Management Plan is for ten years.





Click Here for the Report
http://www.city.woodstock.on.ca/documents.php?file=2eace51d8f796d04991c831a07059758

City of Woodstock Transit Ridership Growth Plan






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