The Grey Transit Route (GTR) has launched a survey. The GTR invites you to give input on possible new stops and schedule changes along existing routes. The survey is open until June 18, 2021, and can be completed at grey.ca/gtr.
The survey offers a map of the current routes and allows riders to place a marker where they would like to see additional stops. It also asks what day of the week and time of day riders would prefer to travel. Any potential route changes will be made this fall.
GTR has six different routes throughout the area, including along Highway 10 between Owen Sound and Orangeville, Highway 26 between Owen Sound and Town of the Blue Mountains, Highway 6 between Owen Sound and Wiarton and Sauble Beach and Grey Road 4 between Flesherton and Walkerton.
Grey County works with Driverseat Owen Sound to provide vehicles for the GTR service. Staff have been operating safely throughout the pandemic with sanitizing procedures for the protection of staff and customers. As a COVID-19 precaution, riders are required to wear face coverings at all times.
All rides must be booked in advance to ensure capacity and safety. Call 226-910-1001 to reserve your seat, or book online at www.grey.ca/gtr. Due to recent changes in public health restrictions, the capacity on GTR routes has been limited to five people in order to provide more space between passengers.