City Seeks Input on Regina Transit and Paratransit
The City of Regina invites residents to share information about their transit and paratransit experiences now, as well as how they would like to see these services in the future. Non-transit users are also encouraged to share their feedback to help identify barriers to using transit.
Before Tuesday, February 23, complete our survey at Regina.ca/transitplan. Residents can also sign up for emails to stay informed on the project.
“As the City of Regina launches this initiative, I am especially pleased to see that we are seeking input from Regina citizens,” says Mayor Sandra Masters. “It is important to gain insight, understand expectations and find opportunities as this plan is developed to ensure transit operations are effective, efficient and sustainable for our future.”
Resident input, along with other research, will be used to develop a Regina Transit Master Plan which will guide short and long-term decision-making over the next 25 years. A second round of engagement will take place in the fall to get feedback on concepts and ideas that may be included in the plan.
The Regina Transit Master Plan will be completed by the end of 2021 and submitted for City Council consideration.
Regina Transit and Paratransit contributes to a vibrant and inclusive community by providing a safe, accessible transportation system for residents and visitors. With a budget of $39 million in 2019, Regina Transit and Paratransit provides over 7.5 million rides annually.