“Pride and passion in Canada’s transit heritage”

Issue #114

The Cover Story:

This month we review two transit systems that have passed the 50 year mark in their operations.  Red Deer Transit System was formed in the late 1960s to expand and improve transit service in the central Alberta city, and they’ve evolved continuously to meet the changing times along the way.  And the Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC) and its predecessors (CTCUQ and STCUQ) in Quebec City have now been fostering transit innovation for about the same period of time in the oldest city in Canada.