CT-NS Annual Conference
Building a Foundation for a Provincial Transportation Strategy was a success, thanks to your attendance and support.
This year's conference on June 4 brought together service providers, policy makers, riders, visionaries, and community advocates to move forward on a provincial strategy supporting communities in their development of sustainable transportation solutions. A conference summary will be available here soon.
Annual General Business Meeting
· Economic Development – Ron Colman GPI Atlantic
· Health – Robert Strang, Chief Public Health Officer, NS Government
· Youth & Education – Sarah Haugn & Brittany Mailman, Schools Plus
· Active Transportation - Amy Schwartz, Active Transportation Coordinator, NS Health and Wellness
· Rural Transportation Services – Kim Aker, Executive Director, West Hants Dial-A-Ride & President Rural Transportation Association
Presentation of CT-NS Position Paper (including proceedings from Spring 2014 community roundtables)
Facilitated Discussions and Next Steps
Who are We?
We are Community Transit - Nova Scotia, a provincial non-profit organization supporting transportation solutions by your community, for your community. Our MAIN areas of support are:
with the vision that all Nova Scotians have access to safe, affordable transportation.
Our membership unites individuals and organizations throughout Nova Scotia, including:
Transportation service providers
Service and advocacy organizations
Municipal and provincial representatives and staff
Individuals with disabilities
Individuals coping with low or no-income
The general public
We welcome the input and support of every individual, family, and organization in Nova Scotia, because transportation is everyone’s right and everyone’s concern.
Contact us at any time with your questions, issues, or comments:
Community Transit - Nova Scotia gratefully acknowledges funding from the Nova Scotia Transportation Research Incentive Program (NS-TRIP) 2010-11, administered by Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations, which supported the development of this site.