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Grey Transit Route

A Grey Transit Route (GTR) is coming to a community near you in 2020!

Grey County, in partnership with Southgate, is developing an innovative, “Made in Grey” transit solution to meet the transportation needs of Grey County residents.

Two local transit solution are in the works. The first in Hanover and its surrounding area will support student transportation to and from Launch Pad. The second along Highway 6 between Owen Sound and Wiarton will help connect people with services.

Two fixed routes are also planned along Highway 26 from Owen Sound to The Blue Mountains, and Highway 6/10 from Owen Sound to Orangeville.

Grey Transit Route Petition

Sign our Petition

Before we can launch our rural transportation program, we need signatures of support from the community. Please take a moment to sign the digital petition below if you believe rural transportation services are important.

I, the undersigned, support an inter-community transportation service managed by the County of Grey providing scheduled service with stops along Highway 26 between Owen Sound and The Town of Blue Mountains, Highway 10 between Owen Sound and Orangeville, and between Owen Sound and Wiarton.

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About the project

Grey County has received $1,850,000 under the Province of Ontario’s Community Transportation Program. Funding will support local and intercommunity transportation projects.

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Contact

Stephanie Stewart
Manager of Community Transportation