Achieve an accessible, affordable and sustainable rail and bus based public transportation network that enhances the quality of life for all Ontarians.
To work cooperatively with government and industry stakeholders, communities, individuals and the media to develop and implement a rail and bus based public transportation network in Ontario. We envision enhanced connectivity between intercity trains and airports, intercity buses and local transit. Our approach is consultative, cooperative and educational with criticism where necessary. We focus on delivering accessible, affordable, comfortable, seamless and low-carbon public transportation options to all Ontarians.
We support national initiatives that forward our vision.
Transport Action Ontario (formerly Transport 2000 Ontario) is a non-government organization advocating for rail and bus based public transportation in Ontario. We are part of a federation of 5 regional associations across Canada, each concerned with local and regional public transport issues. The umbrella organization is Transport Action Canada, a registered charity.
Our bylaws can be viewed here .
Transport Action Ontario is an organization that relies heavily on volunteer members. We realize that there will be differences of opinion between members, and that while there may be disagreements with some opinions, all members and volunteers must be treated with respect.
President: Peter Miasek
Vice President: Terry Johnson
Treasurer: David Jeanes
Secretary: Ken Westcar
Directors at Large: Paul Bennett, Bruce Budd, Richard Crawford, Lucille Frith, Tony Rubin, Linda-Savory-Gordon and Chris West
The Board of Directors typically meets monthly in person or by video conference. At these meetings, the Board typically reviews all major advocacy projects, as well as other matters related to the organization. All members in good standing are welcome to attend the meeting. If you wish to attend, please advise us ahead of time, in order than we can ensure proper room capacity or invite you to the video conference.