Q6 - Will you commit to building a public transit system that is rapid, reliable, affordable and accessible for all users, with proper transit routes within rural, suburban and lower income communities?

Bina Shah

Yes. We need a public transit system that works: it must be rapid, reliable, affordable and accessible for all users, with proper transit routes within rural, suburban and lower income communities.  We need an overhaul of the routing system so that it is optimized and connections can be upheld.  We also need to look at innovative ways to increase ridership and restore our public’s faith in transit and to incentivize our communities to take transit over their vehicles, where possible.  Creating transit routes that run north-south along main thoroughfares which connect to transit hubs in areas that are not yet serviced by LRT should be a consideration.

Rouba Fattal

Yes. We have a great opportunity for next council to oversee some much needed improvements in OC Transpo operations. By fixing our scheduling, and making fares affordable to those who need it, we can an increase to ridership that will reduce the city's revenue loss and allow for further improvements in transit infrastructure.

Erin Coffin

Yes. This is one of my main priorities. We need reliable and safe transit so we have a viable option to taking our cars. It is presently inconvenient to use transit and is affecting our ability to thrive, succeed, and enjoy our community.

Mike Dawson

Yes.

Allan Hubley

Did not participate

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