Community Transportation NS


CTNS September 2017 Newsletter

CTNS now has charitable status!

CTNS is now recognized as a charity by Canada Revenue Agency. You can now donate to CTNS and receive a tax receipt. Donate to CTNS.  Click here, then scroll down to the ‘Donate” button.


Register now for CUTA Forum 2017, the must-attend event this fall for transit professionals. Experience the high-quality networking and programming you’re familiar with at CUTA conferences with a few innovations to the format.

This Forum, designed to appeal to transit professionals from every level of your organization, features a lower price-point and the new and exciting Showcase Gallery, Theatre and Garage; where CUTA’s members will display and present on the latest industry innovations, products and projects. Many of your colleagues have already registered – join them and register today!




Click below for the most recent information from our friends and partner organizations


Welcome to Bridgewater Transit! The Town of Bridgewater now offers a bus transit service that provides access to important locations throughout the town. A “soft launch” of the Bridgewater Transit program begins Sept 25-Oct 1. During that time, the bus will be operating with limited hours, giving both bus drivers and public users the opportunity to familiarize with the service. Bridgewater Transit will be FREE to use during the soft launch week! Learn more.


Concern for rail future discussed at meeting Read more Toronto to Montreal picked as finalist for world’s first hyperloop train route

Read more Greyhound service cuts leave rural residents out in the cold Read more


New Proposal to Rehabilitate the Ocean “VIA Rail’s Ocean is dying.” So begins the report recently completed by transportation consultant and advocate Greg Gormick for the advocacy group Save Our Trains in Northern New Brunswick. The new report is titled “Riding the Ocean’s Next Wave: A proposal for VIA Rail Canada’s Maritime services”… Read more



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