Grand River Transit (GRT) and City Public Works
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On January 1, 2000, the Region of Waterloo created GRT by assuming the
operations of the former Kitchener Transit and
Cambridge Transit. By the end of that year, operations had
been fully synchronized, and buses began running between Cambridge and
Kitchener. As a result, ridership in Cambridge improved dramatically.
In recent years, many new
have been purchased, and now constitute the majority of the fleet. GRT installed
on the front of its buses in order to encourage the use of sustainable
transport; all standard and express buses now have these racks.
Service to less dense areas is
provided by the busPLUS system, large
which take regular fares on scheduled routes to new neighborhoods and more
remote facilities. GRT also operates MobilityPLUS, which provides specialized
transit for disabled patrons using minibuses equipped with