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ROAD WARRIORS WANTED.
HAVE YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Did you know that 1 in 5 Canadian households do not own a car?
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SEE A TRANSPORTATION
PROBLEM IN YOUR AREA?
Get your superhero cape on.
TIME TO GO TO WORK.
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WHAT IF I TOLD YOU....
That senior down the road
could not get her groceries last week
because she did not have a way there.
HOLD UP.
LET US HELP YOU FIND A SOLUTION.

Our Mission

littlePeople_standing_iconTo facilitate transportation options that lead to healthier and more connected communities throughout Nova Scotia by partnering with community organizations, governments and business


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What we do

Connect Great People

Reach out to Road Warriors, like yourself, and community Transportation leaders and start the conversation about how we can create great transportation systems in our province.

Start the conversation

Host meetings across NS where our road warriors can meet to discuss solutions for our transportation problems and just generally feed of each other’s brilliance. (superhero capes encouraged)

Liaise with Government and Businesses

Enhance relationships with government and business by leveraging working partnerships and projects with key government departments

Our mission to get people moving is advanced by your contributions and participation. Thank-you!





Still not sure you want superhero status?

Welcome to your Road Warrior Quiz please click the Next button below to continue

Do you agree with this statement: "Transportation is about social equity, fairness, choice and personal freedom."
Are you aware of any great transportation organizations in your community?
Do you think having a 'Transportation Mentor' would help find a solution to your problem?
I am quite sure the transportation problem I am thinking of affects many other people in my community, not just me and my family.
Do you view transportation as a...
Finish this sentence: 'To create a sustainable transportation system in Nova Scotia, we need...'

Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results!



Every Nova Scotian has appointments to keep. Not every community offers the means to get there.

littlePeople_biking_iconAlphonse Martell travels three times a week from his home in Little Anse, Cape Breton to Strait Richmond Hospital for dialysis appointment – because of Strait Area Transit.

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