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Brantford celebrates Transit Operator and Worker Appreciation Day

City of BrantfordBrantford celebrates Transit Operator and Worker Appreciation Day

City of Brantford is pleased to celebrate Transit Operator and Worker Appreciation Day, which will be Friday, March 18 across Canada to recognize the vital service our transit staff provide.

This week, we invite the public to give our Transit staff a friendly wave to say thank you for keeping Brantford moving safely and efficiently every day.


“Brantford Transit and Brantford Lift provide a vital service that keeps Brantford in motion and ensures that residents and visitors get to where they need to go. Without the dedication of our hardworking staff, drivers, and operators, public transportation would not be possible,” said Manager of Transit Elisabeth van der Made.

Like many essential workers during the pandemic, transit workers have been on the front lines throughout the crisis and shown resilience, courage, and dedication to our community to keep our city moving. From drivers to maintenance crews, mechanics, dispatchers and others who have kept our communities running safely, we are very grateful for the important service our transit employees provide.

“We are very thankful for the important service provided by Brantford Transit. Over the past couple years in particular, we are especially proud of their strength and dedication. Thank you to our essential transit drivers who power the City and keep us running,” said Kevin Davis, Mayor for the City of Brantford.

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