Community Transportation Grant Program

Ontario is helping 40 communities across the province improve transportation services within and between communities to make it easier for people to get around.

Through the Community Transportation Grant program, the province will provide municipalities with $30 million over five years to support local transit and intercommunity bus service in areas that are currently unserved or underserved by public transit.

The program will make it more convenient for Ontarians, including seniors, students, youths, persons with disabilities and others to access essential services in their communities, connect with other transportation services, and travel between cities and towns.

A complete list of recipients by municipality can be found below.

Funding by municipality
Municipality

Total Funding

Addington Highlands

$265,505

Arnprior

$500,000

Atikokan

$241,309

Bancroft

$500,000

Caledon

$500,000

Central Manitoulin

$500,000

Chatham-Kent

$500,000

Cochrane

$500,000

Desoronto

$290,598

Elliott Lake

$377,820

Georgina

$489,000

Grey County

$1,850,000

Lambton Shores

$2,000,000

Leamington

$606,040

Lennox and Addington

$262,000

Manitouwadge

$500,000

Middlesex

$1,500,000

Muskoka

$699,786

Norfolk County

$765,000

Northumberland

$497,200

Owen Sound

$1,444,051

Pelham

$500,000

Perth County

$1,449,345

Petawawa

$499,800

Prescott and Russell

$2,000,000

Prince Edward County

$500,000

Quinte West

$303,135

Red Rock

$359,232

Selwyn

$1,488,400

Simcoe County

$445,450

Sioux Lookout

$761,534

Southgate

$500,000

St. Charles

$500,000

Stratford

$1,449,345

Strathroy-Caradoc

$1,450,000

Terrace Bay

$266,148

Tillsonburg

$1,457,732

Val Rita-Harty

$499,700

Wellington County

$499,550

White River

$222,585

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