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Trolley’s last Port Dover run was in 1955

By shost at 8:53 pm on Monday, September 21, 2009

For Waterloo region residents, storis of the Grand River Railway, the “light rail” system of Waterloo region which existed until 1955, servicing Waterloo, Hespeler, Preston/Galt and many other communities:


In Waterloo region there was also a streetcar network (another story for another day) but was not the GRR…

- Steve

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U of W Imprint magazine: ‘GOing slowly”

By shost at 11:02 am on Saturday, September 19, 2009

Interesting article from U of W”s student magazine, Imprint:


Where the latest on the Region of Waterloo service launch is discussed. Short on details…due to the fact, the details are just not there yet =) We continue to wait..

- Steve

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More GO options for Guelph as service is added from Guelph to Cooksville, Brampton, York U

By shost at 1:45 pm on Wednesday, September 9, 2009

There are now more GO trips available to daily users of GO Transit from Guelph (including University of Guelph) to Cooksville, Brampton, and York University. These additional services started this week (Sunday Sept 6).


For more, please visit the GO website or your local station for schedules

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Coach Canada cancels Hamilton-Guelph bus service

By shost at 1:39 pm on Wednesday, September 9, 2009

A blow to students and people who study or work/live in Guelph or Hamilton.  As a previous user of this service  it leaves even fewer direct routes between both cities..


What alternatives are available? I don’t believe Greyhound has direct service. Users can connect via Toronto (GO Transit, VIA Rail, Greyhound) but at the cost of a two hour drive (versus about 45 minutes of the previous route). Anyone with knowledge in this regard, please feel free to add in the Comments section.

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