By Devyn Barrie, StittsvilleCentral, June 16, 2018
On paper, Stittsville appears to be well-served by transit.
On top of major feeder routes 61 and 62, we have several connexion buses running on weekdays to zip workers downtown and back during rush hours. The 162 runs off-peak to shuttle folks to and back from Kanata Centrum.
But transit is only as good as it is accessible — and getting to the stop can be a mixed bag depending on where you live in Stittsville.
In a 2016 story about the relationship between density and transit, we quoted urbanist and Carleton University professor Benjamin Gianni on how close a bus stop should be to encourage someone to walk to it.https://stittsvillecentral.ca/maps-where-in-stittsville-can-you-easily-walk-to-transit/