Moving Guelph Forward

Guelph is growing and how we move around our city is changing. We're exploring transportation options to make our city move better in every way.


Over the next year, we will be exploring how new and evolving technology and travel services will shape the future of transportation in Guelph, and how to use our existing transportation services and infrastructure more efficiently.

We need to work together to create a strong plan for transportation in Guelph. We have tough choices to make to ensure we properly balance the needs of everyone in our community today and tomorrow.

Your input is a critical part of this process.


Guelph is growing and how we move around our city is changing. We're exploring transportation options to make our city move better in every way.


Over the next year, we will be exploring how new and evolving technology and travel services will shape the future of transportation in Guelph, and how to use our existing transportation services and infrastructure more efficiently.

We need to work together to create a strong plan for transportation in Guelph. We have tough choices to make to ensure we properly balance the needs of everyone in our community today and tomorrow.

Your input is a critical part of this process.


Temporary Bus-Only Lane

The Gordon Street temporary bus-only lane is a demonstration to test transit priority measures as part of exploring the Community Plan vision of “transit is a priority”. It is a way to reimagine and experiment with the types of changes we could see on our roads in the future.  What we learn from you will help guide the ongoing Transportation Master Plan.

Please complete the short survey below and tell us what you like about the street, what you don’t like, and what you think we could do differently to make it easier for you to move around in Guelph.

What do you think of the temporary bus-only lane on Gordon?

This temporary bus lane demonstrates one potential solution to balance the needs of all road users more equitably, safely, sustainably and affordably. In this case, we added a temporary bus-only lane northbound on Gordon Street between Kortright Road and South Ring Road. The location for the bus-only lane was selected due to previous plans for Gordon Street as a transit priority corridor, its existing high frequency transit service (every 10 minutes) and high ridership. As a demonstration project, we are not assuming that bus-only lanes are the best transit priority measure for Gordon Street, or that other streets will not be recommended for transit priority measures. Please describe your initial reaction to this temporary demonstration.

This project meets the basic needs of all road users: drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, and transit users.
This project makes it clear where each road user is expected to travel.
This road design feels safe to use.
This type of a road design can work in other parts of the city.
How did you experience this demonstration project?
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Interested in participating in a focus group on complete streets and sustainable transportation in Guelph?

In addition to input gathered through this survey, we will be hosting focus group discussions with members of our community to discuss the experience with this demonstration project and how we can address the tough choices we need to make to ensure we balance the needs of everyone in our community today and tomorrow. Focus group discussions are tentatively scheduled for November 4th from 2:00-4:00 PM and November 6th from 6:00-8:00 PM.

Invited participants will be offered a gift card valued at $25 in appreciation for dedicating their time. Would you be interested in attending one of these sessions?
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