- Charlottetown Transit System - Increasing Ridership by Forming Partnerships
- GO Transit, Agence métropolitaine de transport and Société de transport de Laval - Providing assistance to Québec commuters
- Thunder Bay Transit - Conventional Transit System 100% Fully Accessible
- Toronto Transit Commission - Operation Doolittle: Counterfeit Fare Media Investigation
- Transit Windsor - International Transfer Exchange between Windsor and Detroit
- Whistler and Valley Express (WAVE) Transit System - Whistler Transit Ltd., Resort Municipality of Whistler and BC Transit - WAVE Holiday Annual Ridership Performance
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After reading the report I was disappointed to see that Regina Transit received an award for a full advertising wrap on one of their buses. A wrap that covers up the windows is safety hazard. At the request of some local police forces these wraps have been banned. If the police have a situation occurring on a bus that they are not able to see what is happening inside the vehicle, (remember tinted windows on cars) this could place the police and public in harms way. Ad-wrapped buses are dark inside--on a bright day, walking onto one of those buses can be like stepping into a cave until your eyes adjust. The wraps block views from the windows, too: looking out through the layer of mesh covering the window severely limits visibility, a mere annoyance if you're simply trying to enjoy the view, but a real pain if you're on an unfamiliar route and are on the lookout for addresses or landmarks.