The Town of Innisfil's ridesharing partnership with Uber is the first of its kind in Canada. To better serve you, we have partnered with Ryerson University to do a full analysis of Innisfil Transit. These studies help to guide the future of our transit system.

Innisfil transit survey

We held a transit survey to get an idea of demand for transit services in Innisfil. Your feedback helps us make decisions about what kind of transit services you need most. Common feedback we received from the survey included:

  • Make transit faster and more reliable
  • Make transit more affordable
  • Add more subsidized spots
  • Include larger rideshare vehicles such as buses
  • Ensure physical and digital accessibility
  • Make it safer and more accessible for young children
  • Promote and clarify the current service

Ryerson reports

We partnered with Ryerson University's School of Urban and Regional Planning to study the current performance of our transit system and its social outcomes. Review the main findings from the study:

Transit system performance

The Innisfil transit system performance study gathered data on transit use and compared our current subsidized Uber ridesharing system with other transit options. The study found that our current transit system is more accessible than a fixed-bus system would be. It offers both lower costs per trip and easier physical access to pickup and drop-off locations. To learn more, check out the study findings.

Transit social outcomes

The Innisfil transit social outcomes study looks at the social impacts of our transit system. It found that our transit system expands services to underserved populations, such as those without cars and those with lower household incomes. Check out the study findings to learn more.

Staff reports

Our staff reports provide updates to transit partnerships, ridership and community feedback. Check out our recent reports and their updated recommendations: