More Than Transit
More Than Transit is in Round 2 of its public engagement, and we want to hear from you on our draft plan.
Please review the summary of the draft plan and provide your comments on our interactive route map and survey (coming soon) by July 12, 2019.
What's More Than Transit?
Our city is changing and how we move around is changing too.
The City of Windsor is exploring how our transit system can more effectively serve our community.
To do this, we're looking at the changing needs of our city. We're looking at how to better connect
people to school, work, services, and more. We're looking at how transit can support the healthy
growth and development of our neighbourhoods. We're looking at more than transit.
Public Engagement Results
Thank you for being a part of the first round of public engagement for More Than Transit. So far, more than 2,000 residents from the City of Windsor and Essex County have shared their vision with us for the future of Transit Windsor.
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Step 1 - Fall 2018: Start-up and learning.
Step 2 - Winter 2019: Understanding needs and the current state of the system.
Step 3 - Winter/Spring 2019: Establish vision, mission, goals and policy framework.
Step 4 - Spring/Winter 2019: Develop draft recommendations.
Step 5 - Summer 2019: Finalize the plan.
Why a Transit Service Review?
The year-long project will consist of a review of Transit Windsor's current network and ridership, existing policies, objectives, service standards and performance targets, as well as system and route performance. It will also review operating and capital budgets, organization and staffing levels, fleet and facilities, and bus stop amenities including terminals.
The findings from this review, shaped by the feedback received from the community, will inform a plan that consists of short-to-long-term actions and recommendations that will create and support an improved overall transit system for the city. Dillon Consulting, a Canadian employee-owned planning and engineering firm with a local office in Windsor, will assist Transit Windsor staff on the project.
Executive Director, Transit Windsor