Late Night Taxi Stands Removed from Downtown

Friday, March 27, 2009


Written by Arden Hagedorn

Hello Undergrads,

As of March 17th, the city has removed the late night taxi stand signs in the the downtown after the Guelph Police Services Board withdrew its support for pilot project. The taxi stand pilot project was implemented in October 2007 and was scheduled to end this May. The main reason behind getting rid of the pilot is the lack of safety for the drivers and students who use the taxi stands. Both the police board and Guelph Transit have expressed keen interest in expanding the late night bus service. The Central Student Association (CSA) will be part of these conversations in the upcoming year and will advocate that the city take on the responsibility of expanding the late night bus service that the students of the University of Guelph initiated.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Arden Hagedorn
Local Affairs Commissioner
Central Student Association
UC 274 | University of Guelph

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