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NSCTN September 2018 Newsletter

 

 

 

 

PROJECT UPDATES

 

The South Shore Transit Network Pilot Project

 

 

 

Photo Credit to the Government of Nova Scotia

 

Queens County Transit Society 

 

 

 

QCTS on the road on September 24th!
www.facebook.com/queenscountytransit
Watch for this logo, Queens County is on the move!

Shuttle life: Nova Scotia offers a glimpse into western Canada’s transportation future
The Star Article

Private sector could be a solution for Canada’s bus woes
The Star Article

Supporting Sustainable Transportation at Dal
Dalhousie Publication

 

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Public transit has gained momentum in Canada in the last 20 years: NEB

Mobility as a Service Isn’t a Tech Problem. It’s a Business Problem.​(Blog Post)

URBAN MOBILITY FORUM MAGAZINE
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SHIFTING GEARS – The Road Forward

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The Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network (NSCTN) a.k.a. Community Transportation Nova Scotia (CTNS) represents more than 100 service agencies, government, service providers and members dedicated to creating community through people-based transportation.

Let’s share our community transportation stories

We are hosting a showcase in the NSCC Exhibit Hall that will provide an opportunity to those involved in community transportation to tell their story and celebrate the impact they are making in communities. Come and tell your story and gain exposure with people from across many sectors and communities in Nova Scotia.

Mark on your calendar – Tuesday June 12, 2018 – 9 am to 12 noon, so enter 36 Arthur St. Truro into your GPS and join us.  An AGM registration form is attached.  I look forward to seeing you at the NSCC Campus Truro.

Reg Johnston, Chair CTNS

For more information contact: Leslie Taylor @ AGM@communitytransitns.ca

or Toll Free 1-855-253-9355 (Community Links)

http://communitytransitns.ca/events/