Driving Forward: Chatham-Kent's Transit Strategy

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After a year-long consultation process the Municipality of Chatham-Kent has developed a new master plan for public transit, Driving Forward. Please view the report in the document library below.

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The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has launched a new project, Driving Forward, to develop a strategy for the improvement, growth, and sustainability of public transit in our community. The objectives of the project are to consult with our residents, businesses, and key stakeholders in order to develop recommendations for new policies, projects, and operating service standards that will guide CKTransit over the next 5-10 years.

All areas of our transit system are under review, including:

  • Conventional and Specialized (Accessible) Service
  • Route design, frequency, and demand-responsive services
  • Fares
  • Supporting infrastructure including fleet, stops, shelters, hubs, payment tools, and technology
  • Policies and governance structure


HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED?

We need your help to shape the future of transit in Chatham-Kent. There are a number of ways you can get involved!

Follow this page to find out more about the project and provide your input using the Q& A and Ideas sections listed below

Attend the upcoming public information sessions in August 2019, December 2019, and May 2020 to meet and speak with members of the team

Contact one of the study team members and provide your input and ideas.

After a year-long consultation process the Municipality of Chatham-Kent has developed a new master plan for public transit, Driving Forward. Please view the report in the document library below.

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The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has launched a new project, Driving Forward, to develop a strategy for the improvement, growth, and sustainability of public transit in our community. The objectives of the project are to consult with our residents, businesses, and key stakeholders in order to develop recommendations for new policies, projects, and operating service standards that will guide CKTransit over the next 5-10 years.

All areas of our transit system are under review, including:

  • Conventional and Specialized (Accessible) Service
  • Route design, frequency, and demand-responsive services
  • Fares
  • Supporting infrastructure including fleet, stops, shelters, hubs, payment tools, and technology
  • Policies and governance structure


HOW CAN YOU BE INVOLVED?

We need your help to shape the future of transit in Chatham-Kent. There are a number of ways you can get involved!

Follow this page to find out more about the project and provide your input using the Q& A and Ideas sections listed below

Attend the upcoming public information sessions in August 2019, December 2019, and May 2020 to meet and speak with members of the team

Contact one of the study team members and provide your input and ideas.

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