Some North Bay buses being replaced with horse and carriage rides

From: Philip St. George and Rooster Cogburn, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY – Citing the drastic increase in fuel prices, City Council has moved to remove select city buses and replace them with horse and carriage rides. “We’re looking at a massive amount of savings with every replacement,” says Councillor Grey Terrence. “Horses are cheaper than buses, […]

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New “Roadkill Recovery Racks” Installed on City Buses

From: Nora D. Shadsworth, thenorthbaybay.ca contributor NORTH BAY – All North Bay Transit buses will soon be equipped with “furred cadaver racks” that can hold up to 150 kgs of urban roadkill. Funded through the Public Transit stream of the Combining Costs Canada Infrastructure Program (CCIP), wilderness cadaver racks on buses will make it easy […]

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City transit gets kinky with rear entry

From: Jennifer Hanson, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY – North Bay Transit is asking all passengers to enter city buses through the rear door. Greg Raimi, Manager of City Transit, says the decision to change bus policy did not come lightly, but “after much thought and some trepidation” it now “feels right.” “At this stage, transit […]

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[SPONSORED] Some Relief for Northgate Mall Busers?

From: Marie Cleroux, thenorthbaybay.ca contributor NORTH BAY – North Bay is ringing in the new year, and most are diving in to 2020 head first with unbridled, careless optimism.  Other residents – one in particular – however, seems to be seeing a realistic problem and turning. This resident is looking to turn it into an […]

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