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Oakville Transit announces drop-in info nights and online survey

Oakville Transit continues its public consultation for the development of its five-year business plan, aiming to benefit transit services.
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Oakville Transit will continue its public consultation for the development of its five-year business plan, with a focus on improving services for its riders.

Building on the insights from the initial consultation, town staff have been conducting ongoing research, engaging with stakeholders and aligning this effort with work underway on the town’s ongoing Transportation Master Plan study. Town staff would like to share the work completed to date that will help form the foundation of Oakville Transit’s five-year Business Plan, such as:

  • What is driving the need for a new business plan
  • The framework, components and benefits of the plan
  • How staff are building a transit service network to meet the needs of all customers to get to school, work and leisure activities 
  • A new, more direct route network, including new on-demand and base routes in growing communities

Residents and riders are encouraged to participate in Transit Talk drop-in events on April 10 and 11.

Stop by one of six Transit Talk drop-in events to learn more and provide feedback:

Wednesday, April 10 

Thursday, April 11

Feedback can also be submitted through an online survey until April 15.

The final draft of the plan is expected to be presented to the Council in the fall.

For more details, visit the Oakville Transit Five-Year Business Plan page.