Peterborough Transit Study

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A Peterborough Transit bus and shelter

The City of Peterborough is resuming the Transit Study following a pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public engagement has been an integral part of the study to date. Each phase the project will continue to include an opportunity to inform, collaborate with, and involve the community and transit stakeholders.

The Transit Study has three interconnected components that will shape our community’s transit service now and in the future:

  • The Transit Route Review will redesign the route network in the near term to improve connectivity and service and lay a foundation that supports future growth and service enhancements; and
  • The Long-Term Transit Growth strategy will set the vision for the future of Peterborough Transit and identify the resources to achieve it; and
  • The Downtown Transit Hub plan will identify options to improve or relocate the existing transit terminal.

The Study Background Tab below provides a description of each of the Transit Study Projects.

How can you participate?

Starting February 12, 2021, the next phase of the Transit Route Review consultation will provide several ways for you to participate. Please check back here for your options to connect and engage:

Online interactive map

View the online interactive map showing the three route network options by clicking on the image below or through the documents library on the right side of the screen.

Each route network option includes regular and community bus routes and late night and express services. To learn more about each route network, you can attend one of our Transit Town Hall presentations with the dates and information in the key dates section on the right side of your screen, call our dedicated Transit Study phone line at 705-933-4756 or email us at transitstudy@peterborough.ca.

Once you are ready, tell us how you travel using our interactive route network maps.

How does the interactive map work?

There is one map that allows you to select Route Option 1, 2 or 3 to view in detail. On each map, you can place pins and comments. For each pin you place on the map, you can include a brief comment if you want to provide some detail.

  • Place a green pin on the map to show where you travel from
  • Place a red pin on the map to show the places you travel to most often
  • Place a yellow pin on the map to show the places you travel to less often

The City of Peterborough is resuming the Transit Study following a pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public engagement has been an integral part of the study to date. Each phase the project will continue to include an opportunity to inform, collaborate with, and involve the community and transit stakeholders.

The Transit Study has three interconnected components that will shape our community’s transit service now and in the future:

  • The Transit Route Review will redesign the route network in the near term to improve connectivity and service and lay a foundation that supports future growth and service enhancements; and
  • The Long-Term Transit Growth strategy will set the vision for the future of Peterborough Transit and identify the resources to achieve it; and
  • The Downtown Transit Hub plan will identify options to improve or relocate the existing transit terminal.

The Study Background Tab below provides a description of each of the Transit Study Projects.

How can you participate?

Starting February 12, 2021, the next phase of the Transit Route Review consultation will provide several ways for you to participate. Please check back here for your options to connect and engage:

Online interactive map

View the online interactive map showing the three route network options by clicking on the image below or through the documents library on the right side of the screen.

Each route network option includes regular and community bus routes and late night and express services. To learn more about each route network, you can attend one of our Transit Town Hall presentations with the dates and information in the key dates section on the right side of your screen, call our dedicated Transit Study phone line at 705-933-4756 or email us at transitstudy@peterborough.ca.

Once you are ready, tell us how you travel using our interactive route network maps.

How does the interactive map work?

There is one map that allows you to select Route Option 1, 2 or 3 to view in detail. On each map, you can place pins and comments. For each pin you place on the map, you can include a brief comment if you want to provide some detail.

  • Place a green pin on the map to show where you travel from
  • Place a red pin on the map to show the places you travel to most often
  • Place a yellow pin on the map to show the places you travel to less often
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Transit study

4 months

Place a green dot on the map to show places that are easy to get to by transit.

Place a red dot on the map to show places that are not easy to get to by transit.

The red line on the map shows all of the existing transit routes in the City. If you hover the cursor over the line, the route information will pop up.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.