Waterloo Region is an hour away from Toronto, easily accessible by rail or air as well as car and inter-city transit.
And whether you get around Waterloo Region on foot, on bicycle, by car or on public transit, the key to efficient travel is a good, up-to-date map.
We have just the map you need.
The Cambridge-Kitchener-Waterloo Transit Route Map is the complete street map. It includes all transit routes, schools, shopping and entertainment centres, civic and historic sites, arenas, community centres and sportsfields. For cyclists, it marks all the bike lanes and multi-use trails in Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo.
The map is available for $2 at the Transit Terminals on Ainslie Street in Cambridge and Charles Street in Kitchener, at major Regional buildings, at Conestoga College and Wilfrid Laurier University bookstores and the University of Waterloo Turnkey Desk.
Please click to view a list of all locations where the map can be purchased.
Or call the Transit InfoLine: 519-585-7555; TTY: 519-575-4608.
The Regional Transportation Master Plan (RTMP)
The RTMP defines how our transportation system will grow and change in the coming decades. It will help the Region offer more travel choices to residents, and make sure our future transportation system is affordable and environmentally sustainable.
More information can be found on the RTMP page.
Walk Cycle Waterloo Region: The Region of Waterloo's Active Transportation Master Plan
We're creating an action plan to make it easier to walk, cycle, and roll in Waterloo Region.
The Active Transportation Master Plan (ATMP) will develop a plan for safe and comfortable access to make cycling and walking a real choice for transportation in the Region of Waterloo.
More information can be found on the ATMP page.
Individualized Marketing Campaigns
Every year, the Region of Waterloo runs a special campaign to empower residents to walk, cycle, carpool and take transit more often. We use these campaigns to help residents understand their transportation options, to motivate them to try different types of transportation with incentives, and to support their positive decisions with activities and resources. Ongoing campaigns are currently running in neighbourhoods close to the new 201 iXpress and route number 12.
March 19, 2012: If your household has received a letter from Regional Chair Ken Seiling regarding online completion of the 2012 Household Daily Travel Survey, please do so before April 6, 2012 to enter our amazing prize draw (see rules and conditions)!