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  1. Public Meeting on the Future of Specialized Transit in Niagara

    When: April 24, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Where: St. Catharines Public Library - Central Branch, 54 Church St, St. Catharines, ON L2R 7K2, Canada

    In an effort to better meet the transportation needs of regional and municipal specialized transit users, the Niagara Region has started a study to review these services throughout the region. The Niagara Region has hired consulting firm IBI Group to complete this study. The study is looking at the following issues: A review of specialized transit service governance, needs, requirements, service policies and procedures A review of the Niagara Specialized Transit’s (NST) current operations The creation of options to best meet the community’s needs The creation of a plan to fiscally responsibly guide specialized transit service improvements over the next five years The following topics will be discussed at the public meeting: Thoughts on current municipal and regional specialized transit services Future needs and expectations Major areas of concern Eligibility, registration and booking process Scheduling Transfers and fares Cross-regional travel On-time performance Two public meetings will be hosted. Each session will start with a 20 minute presentation followed by a discussion and question/answer period. Region staff will be available to answer your questions and hear your feedback. This public meeting is hosted by Niagara Region.

  2. Public Meeting on the Future of Specialized Transit in Niagara

    When: April 23, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Where: Civic Square Community Room, 60 E Main St, Welland, ON L3B 3W3, Canada

    In an effort to better meet the transportation needs of regional and municipal specialized transit users, the Niagara Region has started a study to review these services throughout the region. The Niagara Region has hired consulting firm IBI Group to complete this study. The study is looking at the following issues: A review of specialized transit service governance, needs, requirements, service policies and procedures A review of the Niagara Specialized Transit’s (NST) current operations The creation of options to best meet the community’s needs The creation of a plan to fiscally responsibly guide specialized transit service improvements over the next five years The following topics will be discussed at the public meeting: Thoughts on current municipal and regional specialized transit services Future needs and expectations Major areas of concern Eligibility, registration and booking process Scheduling Transfers and fares Cross-regional travel On-time performance Two public meetings will be hosted. Each session will start with a 20 minute presentation followed by a discussion and question/answer period. Region staff will be available to answer your questions and hear your feedback. This public meeting is hosted by Niagara Region.

  3. Public Information Centre: Inter-Municipal Transit

    When: November 30, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Where: MacBain Community Centre, 7150 Montrose Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 3N3, Canada

    Since late 2015, the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group led by the municipalities of St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, and Welland with the support of Niagara Region have been working on improvements to inter-municipal transit service and studying the best options for the future of inter-municipal transit delivery in Niagara. This included an assessment of options for service design, service delivery and governance, fare integration, fare payment technology, and trip planning. A series of public information centres will be held in November across the region. These meetings will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, ask questions of the project team, and provide feedback on the findings so far. All meetings are open to all Niagara residents. Meeting dates and locations: November 16: St. Catharines/Thorold November 23: Welland/Port Colborne/Pelham/Wainfleet November 29: Lincoln/Grimsby/West Lincoln November 30: Niagara Falls/Fort Erie/Niagara-on-the-Lake This public information centre is hosted by the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group.

  4. Public Information Centre: Inter-Municipal Transit

    When: November 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Where: Welland City Hall - multi-purpose room, 60 E Main St, Welland, ON L3B 3W3, Canada

    Since late 2015, the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group led by the municipalities of St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, and Welland with the support of Niagara Region have been working on improvements to inter-municipal transit service and studying the best options for the future of inter-municipal transit delivery in Niagara. This included an assessment of options for service design, service delivery and governance, fare integration, fare payment technology, and trip planning. A series of public information centres will be held in November across the region. These meetings will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, ask questions of the project team, and provide feedback on the findings so far. All meetings are open to all Niagara residents. Meeting dates and locations: November 16: St. Catharines/Thorold November 23: Welland/Port Colborne/Pelham/Wainfleet November 29: Lincoln/Grimsby/West Lincoln November 30: Niagara Falls/Fort Erie/Niagara-on-the-Lake This public information centre is hosted by the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group.

  5. Public Information Centre: Inter-Municipal Transit

    When: November 29, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Where: Lincoln Council Chambers, 4800 S Service Rd, Beamsville, ON L0R 1B1, Canada

    Since late 2015, the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group led by the municipalities of St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, and Welland with the support of Niagara Region have been working on improvements to inter-municipal transit service and studying the best options for the future of inter-municipal transit delivery in Niagara. This included an assessment of options for service design, service delivery and governance, fare integration, fare payment technology, and trip planning. A series of public information centres will be held in November across the region. These meetings will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, ask questions of the project team, and provide feedback on the findings so far. All meetings are open to all Niagara residents. Meeting dates and locations: November 16: St. Catharines/Thorold November 23: Welland/Port Colborne/Pelham/Wainfleet November 29: Lincoln/Grimsby/West Lincoln November 30: Niagara Falls/Fort Erie/Niagara-on-the-Lake This public information centre is hosted by the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group.

  6. Public Information Centre: Inter-Municipal Transit

    When: November 16, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Where: Kiwanis Aquatic Centre, 425 Carlton St, St. Catharines, ON L2M, Canada

    Since late 2015, the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group led by the municipalities of St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, and Welland with the support of Niagara Region have been working on improvements to inter-municipal transit service and studying the best options for the future of inter-municipal transit delivery in Niagara. This included an assessment of options for service design, service delivery and governance, fare integration, fare payment technology, and trip planning. A series of public information centres will be held in November across the region. These meetings will provide an opportunity to learn more about the project, ask questions of the project team, and provide feedback on the findings so far. All meetings are open to all Niagara residents. Meeting dates and locations: November 16: St. Catharines/Thorold November 23: Welland/Port Colborne/Pelham/Wainfleet November 29: Lincoln/Grimsby/West Lincoln November 30: Niagara Falls/Fort Erie/Niagara-on-the-Lake This public information centre is hosted by the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group.

  7. Survey: Making Niagara Region Transit Better

    When: August 16, 2019 all-day
    Where: Online

    Niagara Region is conducting a public opinion survey on Niagara Region Transit and is looking to hear from you. Whether you use Niagara Region Transit every day, once in a while or not at all, you are invited to participate in this survey and have a hand in moving transit forward. Niagara Region will be conducting the survey between July 29 and August 16. Survey responses will be collected through the Niagara Region website and in person by staff at various locations across the community. The survey will ask for your opinion regarding Niagara Region Transit in a number of areas, including: Service levels (i.e. frequency and routes) Satisfaction with the service What features you would like the service to include Why you do or do not ride Niagara Region Transit The purpose of the survey is to gather feedback from the community to aid in a review of the Niagara Region Transit service, identify opportunities to expand or add additional services and develop communications and marketing strategies. Click here to complete the survey

  8. Transportation Master Plan: Public Information Centre

    When: March 1, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
    Where: Grimsby Town Hall - Council Chambers, 160 Livingston Ave, Grimsby, ON L3M 4X1, Canada

    Niagara Region will be hosting its fourth series of Public Information Centres on the development of its Transportation Master Plan. Since the last Public Information Centres held in November/December of 2016, the Project Team has developed preliminary recommendations for Niagara Region’s transportation system. At the meeting, residents will have the opportunity to learn more about the study process and a summary of what has been heard from the public to date. Specifically, the meetings will focus on: The 2041 road network transportation infrastructure recommendations A strategic cycling network and Regional cyclist way-finding signage guidelines Complete Streets Transit Transportation Demand Management/Transportation System Management Moving Goods Additional Public Information Centres: February 21 – Civic Square, Welland February 22 – Kiwanis Aquatic Centre, St. Catharines March 2 – Gale Centre, Niagara Falls This Public Information Centre is hosted by Niagara Region.

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