Welcome!

Where would you like to go today?

1 in 5

Canadian households do NOT own a car

Make the wheels on the bus

Go ROUND.

Community Transportation Nova Scotia

The first STOP

on your GO journey.

WHO are we

To date, Community Transportation – Nova Scotia has:

  • Gained recognition and support from the Province of Nova Scotia for its advocacy of community transportation issues
  • Hosted a series of meetings throughout the province to update, co-ordinate and enrich the efforts of individuals and agencies promoting accessible transportation
  • Engaged and connected community leaders with transit expertise to support development of sustainable systems responsive to unique  community needs.
  • Our progress continues, with the support of our members, their organizations, the general public, and government officials.

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

littlePeople_shopping_iconOne snowy day in January, a student driving to school along a lonely rural road stops to pick up an elderly woman. She has picked her way along the narrow gravel shoulder of the road hitchhiking 15 km into town to do her banking and buy groceries…

Join the CTNS Membership

Why a CTNS Membership?

The annual membership fee will be $10.00 for an individual, families and $50.00 for an organization or business and, in return, members receive:
• discounts on CTNS contests and events
• a subscription to our email newsletter
CTNS is a non-profit organization and the funds we collect from membership fees go directly back into the Nova Scotia communities as we work towards our vision.

littlePeople_walking_iconTo have an accessible transportation network for everyone in Nova Scotia. 

Transportation is everyone’s right and everyone’s concern.

We offer Travel Support To and By Our Communities: your support ensures you are connected to the growth of community-based transportation and the benefits it provides to individuals, their families, and their communities.

Annual membership investment offers the following:

  • Voting privileges at our Annual General Meeting held in May/June
  • Eligibility to serve on the Board of Directors, with direct input into priorities and action plans
  • Quarterly newsletters and weekly E-News bulletins
  • Discounted registration for Community Transportation events
  • Connections to other individuals and organizations with similar goals and a wealth of experience to share

Annual membership runs April 1 through to March 31. Fees for 2016-17 are:


Membership Options



You may also mail this Registration Form and cheque to:

CTNS

C/o Dodie Goodwin

RR#2 Hopewell, Pictou County

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