March 2019 Enews

Click here to view the latest NSCTN Enews check out the latest in our strategic planning process including member survey link

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January 2019 Enews

Click here to see our January 2019 Enews including our timeline for developing our strategic plan.

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November Enews

Click here to see our November News including some of our 2018 highlights and sector news.

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September Enews

Click here to see our September 2018 Enews

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Queens County Transit Society

More Good News Things just keep motoring on! The gaps in community transportation services in Nova Scotia is closing. Another service that NSCTN has facilitated - Is on the Road! Queens County Transit Society (QCTS) has just begun a limited Liverpool - Bridgewater service for NSCC students attending the Lunenburg Campus in Bridgewater.  The service is offering an affordable, accessible, pre-booked, door-to-door transportation service for the residents of Queens County. QCTS’ focus is supporting seniors, low income residents and people with accessibility needs who wish to access health and other essential services and take part in social, recreational and educational activities. QCT...

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South Shore Transit Network Pilot Project

The South Shore Transit Network Pilot Project Well it’s a go for the residents of the South Shore – bus service from Lunenburg County to Halifax three times a day.  Exciting times and Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network (NSCTN) is taking the lead. NSCTN is partnering with Maritime Bus, Communities Culture and Heritage and local community transportation providers to deliver a transit service between Bridgewater and Halifax. NSCTN’s Mandate One of the directives of Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network (NSCTN) is to support new collaborations with multisector transportation providers. The South Shore Transit Pilot is a collaborative project worth championing. NSCTN sees...

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Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network

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Nova Scotia Community Transportation Network AGM

When: Tuesday May 16th, 2017 - 9 am – 4 pm Graciously hosted by NSCC, Truro Campus. Registration for the day (includes membership) is: $95      renewing group member; $105    new group member; $45      additional member from member group; $55      renewing individual member; $65      new individual member; $25      student For more information, contact AGM2017@communitytransitns.ca Click here to print the 2017 CTNS Registration Form

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Local transportation initiative seeks riders

All-aboard! Community Wheels, of the Municipality of Chester, welcomes folks to take a ride, read the full article here: Community Wheels article

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Think as regions, systems & whole organisations

One of the founders of the HUB South Shore in Mahone Bay, has written a very poignant article that aligns with CTNS' vision and purpose.  The basis of the article and short video included on the page is "Localized action without regional strategy is headed for failure. A regional strategy requires collaboration among the decisions-making bodies." Read the full article here

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