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Welcome to the Ontario Community Transportation Network!

Many communities in Ontario lack sufficient transportation options to meet the mobility needs of their residents. As a response, more and more of these communities have developed or are developing community transportation programs.

The Ontario Community Transportation Network has been created to connect individuals and organizations interested in exchanging information, experiences and practices about community transportation services in Ontario. Through this Network you can connect with other communities who have or are in the process of developing community transportation services. The network welcomes all community transportation stakeholders including public transit providers, private sector transportation operators, social and health agencies, community organizations, ride-sharing groups, and transportation technology companies who want to further mobility solutions in their communities.

Blog

January 25, 2018

Applying to MTO’s new Community Transportation Grant Program – What you need to know

On the afternoon of January 18, 2018 over 100 people attended a webinar presented by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) on applying to their new Community Transportation (CT) Grant Program. The webinar provided useful information for potential applicants to the “Municipal Stream” of the program.

December 1, 2017

New Community Transportation Grant Program announced

Ministry of Transportation announces new Community Transportation Grant Program.

Events

February 2 to 28, 2018 / Toronto, ON

OGRA Conference: February 25-28, 2018

The theme of this year’s Ontario Good Roads Association (OGRA) conference is The Challenge of Change. Delegates will have an opportunity to hear from thought provoking speakers on challenges in an ever changing political and municipal landscape, as well as participate in interactive workshops to learn how to navigate these changes to build stronger and more prosperous communities across Ontario. On Tuesday February 27th, the OCTN will be presenting a session at the conference on "Building Effective Rural Transportation Options". To learn more and register, visit: http://ograconference.ca/

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