| March 31 2015 - Student Transportation Inc. Announces C$75 Million Bought Deal Financing - Public Offering of Commo|
BARRIE, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 19, 2015) - Student Transportation Inc. ("STI" or the "Company") (TSX:STB)(NASDAQ:STB) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement, on a bought deal basis, to sell 10,420,000 newly issued common shares of STI (the "Common Shares") at a price of C$7.20 per common share for aggregate gross proceeds of C$75,024,000 (the "Offering"). The ...
| March 24 2015 - Stop for buses: OPP|
The OPP has been receiving an increased number of complaints from local bus drivers and concerned citizens regarding vehicles not stopping for school buses that are stopped with their overhead red signal-lights flashing. It is important for drivers to remember that the Ontario Highway Traffic Act, section 175(11), states: read more
| March 24 2015 - WALK, BUS OR CYCLE: Transportation challenge looms this June|
CORNWALL, Ontario – Do you drive every day to work? A community action group wants you to find a new way of getting around during an Active Transportation Challenge that will take place in June where residents will be urged to walk, ride a bike or take the bus to get around. Last year's event ...
| March 23 2015 - Government of Canada celebrates legislation to ensure the safety and security of hardworking public|
Today, Justice Minister and Attorney General Peter MacKay joined by Senator Bob Runciman (Ontario), the Honourable Tim Uppal, Minister of State (Multiculturalism), and Corneliu Chisu, Member of Parliament for Pickering-Scarborough East met with the Amalgamated Transit Union and the Canadian Urban Transit Association to celebrate Bill S-221, which amends the Criminal Code to address assaults ...
| March 20 2015 - Board's decision shows turmoil of school bus system|
OTTAWA, March 19, 2015 /CNW/ - The loss of 140 school bus jobs in Ottawa today is an illustration of the unneeded turmoil caused by the Ontario government's Request for Proposals process for handing out contracts, and points to the need for reforms to the system, the province's primary school bus union says. "Parents and drivers deserve better than to be left wondering from year to year who will ...
| March 11 2015 - Driver charged in downtown collision with small bus|
By Adam Brazeau CORNWALL, Ontario - A two-vehicle collision in downtown Cornwall sent two people to the hospital with minor injuries Thursday morning, and police are warning drivers that winter is far from over.
| March 11 2015 - Social services workers to council: it's time to create a city for all!|
OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 10, 2015) - Ottawa is in danger of leaving behind its poor and vulnerable residents if transit fare increases and cuts to homeless shelter services are passed in the next municipal budget, warn child care workers represented by Local 2204 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE).
| March 10 2015 - Smooth start to Public Square transformation|
CLEVELAND– Orange barrels and construction equipment have invaded Public Square as day one of renovations began in Public Square. The multimillion dollar transformation is massive, prompting major traffic changes in downtown Cleveland. Ontario and Superior Ave. are closed to traffic; several RTA bus stops have also been relocated. Cleveland city leaders expect the unveiling of […]
| March 09 2015 - Many residential snowbanks may be here until spring|
CORNWALL, Ontario - If you live in a residential neighbourhood in Cornwall, you may be stuck with Everest-like snowbanks until spring. The city is in the midst of removing as many of the towering mammoths as possible, but so far has restricted its work to downtown areas, bus routes, busy city ...
| March 07 2015 - Patience needed in Public Square construction|
While crews work on the project, Ontario Avenue and Superior Avenue will close through Public Square, affecting downtown traffic and public transit for the next 15 months.
| March 03 2015 - Freezing rain warning for Windsor, Essex County|
A freezing rain warning for southwestern Ontario was issued by Environment Canada on Tuesday morning. The warning includes Windsor, Leamington, Essex County, Chatham-Kent and Rondeau Park. It has led to the cancellation of school bus service across Sarnia-Lambton and Chatham-Kent Tuesday morning. Snow with ice pellets are expected to develop early Tuesday morning and is expected to change to ...
| March 02 2015 - GO bus driver charged in deadly crash on Hwy. 407|
A GO bus driver has been charged with careless driving in connection with a deadly crash that occurred on Hwy. 407 in January. Ontario Provincial Police say the crash occurred in Vaughan, Ont., in the eastbound lanes of the highway on the evening of Jan. 14, 2015. On Monday, police announced that the driver had been charged with careless driving under the Highway Traffic Act.