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What’s open and closed for Thanksgiving 2020

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s a time when the leaves on the trees reflect the colours of a brilliant campfire, family and friends gather, safely, of course, to eat all of their favourite holiday foods, and someone ends up fighting with someone else about football or politics – our

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Over $47 million invested in Kingston’s public and active transportation

Donning facemasks and asking those in attendance to physically distance and use hand sanitizers provided, a number of local, provincial, and federal dignitaries gathered for an announcement on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Despite the light rainfall, Mayor Bryan Paterson, MP Mark Gerretsen, MPP Ian Arthur, and Catherine McKenna, Minister of

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Kingston Transit adjusting services next week

Kingston Transit is adjusting their service beginning on Monday, May 25, 2020 to better support passengers making essential trips. This adjustment will include expanded service hours from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. on routes 501, 502, 601, 602, 701, 1 and 7. It will

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Kingston Transit limits bus capacity, requests essential trips only

Kingston Transit is further adjusting availability in alignment with the city’s state of emergency declaration. Effective Mar. 28, 2020 bus capacity will be limited to 12 to 15 passengers, with every other seat marked as unavailable. “Every other bus seat will be unavailable to passengers to practice safe physical-distancing,” said

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Kingston Transit updating schedules

Commuters can expect minor updates to bus schedules which, according to Kingston Transit, will make early morning and late evening runs more efficient. After an analysis of all routes, Kingston Transit Marketing Administrator, Heather Grosney, stated that they “saw an opportunity to update transit schedules to allow for more efficiency

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