Welcome to Transport Action Ontario!

Transport Action Ontario is a regional division of Canada’s leading citizen transportation advocacy group, Transport Action Canada. We represent the interests of passengers and users of public transport services in Canada. Here are some of the main issues that our advocacy work revolves around:

  • the development of rail passenger services in Canada; 
  • the future of inter-city bus services and their connectivity to rail and air services; 
  • urban and commuter transit systems; 
  • the implications to consumers of the deregulated airline industry in Canada; 
  • the impact on the public interest of demands for new highway spending 

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Region of Waterloo Advances Cambridge GO Business Case
Post by Adam Mills, Director, Transport Action Canada Region of Waterloo transportation planning staff has been consulting with the public[...]
Rethinking Rail Discontinuance Policies – Rail Bank Needed
The loss of rail corridors in Canada, due to service discontinuances by CN, CP or short line owners or operators[...]
Fare Integration in Greater Toronto takes Giant Step Forward
After years of campaigning, analysis and u-turns (see our post of August 27, 2019), public transit in Greater Toronto will[...]
Major Changes and Unknowns with Hazel McCallion LRT
Ontario Minister of Transportation Prabmeet Sarkaria directed Metrolinx to “proceed with the development of an initial business plan along with[...]
Federal Consultation on National Supply Chain
The federal government is conducting consultations on regulatory changes to improve Canada's national supply chain. Transport Action Ontario and Transport[...]
Submission to Ontario 2024 Budget Consultation
The Ontario government is conducting public consultations leading up to its 2024 Budget, expected in March, 2024. Transport Action Ontario[...]