Today, the Milton Chamber of Commerce joins the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT) in its call for better public transit across the GTHA. In TRBOT’s newly released Transit Report Cards, Milton’s transit system received a D- grade.
The report cards examine the GTHA region on a municipality-by-municipality basis, assessing service coverage, reliability, transit priority measures, 24-hour service delivery, and integration.
“Milton’s transit system has seen some great expansion in recent years, but there are still significant challenges for residents and workers,” says Bianca Caramento, President & CEO of the Milton Chamber. “It’s time to roll up our sleeves and make the necessary changes to create the transit network we deserve. As the Town of Milton updates its Transit Master Plan, we have the opportunity to enact change and improve.”
To read the section of the report that covers Milton, click here.
About the Milton Chamber of Commerce: The Milton Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit, membership-based, organization representing approximately 700 member businesses that employ over 26,000 people in the community.
President and CEO, Milton Chamber
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