NSCTN Strategic Plan Announcement We are done!

Vision To have an inclusive transportation network for everyone in Nova Scotia Mission To lead and support the development of innovative and practical solutions to community transportation challenges. Core Values Cooperation and Partnership - We believe that NSCTN is a network of partners, cooperating to support community enhancement through transportation. Client Focus - We believe that our clients are our stakeholders, and include our partners and cooperators. Inclusive transportation is a public good - We believe that the provision of inclusive transportation is good public policy and contributes to an enhanced quality of life. Community transportation must be supported and funded by the community and all levels...

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Vans, Buses, and Accessible Vehicles: Community Transportation Providers Strut their Stuff at the Rural Transportation Association (RTA) AGM

Halifax NS, (June 6th, 2019) – The Vehicle Parade provides Nova Scotia’s community transportation services a chance to strut their stuff. Why a parade? Every celebration needs a parade, and the RTA is celebrating a renaissance in rural transportation and highlighting the diversity of its providers at its AGM. One size doesn’t fit all - this parade that diversity is the strength of these rural transportation providers. They are serving their communities by meeting the diverse needs of their clients. Rural Transportation Association (RTA) is celebrating a renaissance in rural transportation at its annual general meeting. Why a renaissance? Because there is a revival going on in rural transportation services...

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Michael Graves awarded the 2019 Claredon Robichaud Memorial Road Warrior Award

“It’s so easy — and necessary — to give”. Halifax NS, (June 5th, 2019) “It’s so easy — and necessary — to give” says Michael Graves, a tireless volunteer and community worker. The Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network (NSCTN) is honouring Michael with the 2019 Claredon Robichaud Memorial Road Warrior Award for his in excellence and commitment in furthering community transportation in Nova Scotia. NSCTN is a provincal organization that leads and supports the development of innovative and practical solutions to community transportation challenges. Graves work on championing the South Shore Maritime Bus Project, Bridgewater Transit, and the Bridgewater Smart Cities Challenge that tackles energy poverty makes him the perfect candidate...

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