Transit Windsor provides public transportation in the city of Windsor, Ontario, Canada to more than 6 million passengers each year (6.73 million in 2017), covering an area of 121 square miles (310 km2) and a population of 218,000. They operate a cross border service between the downtown areas of Windsor and Detroit via the Tunnel Bus, and service to events at Detroit’s Comerica Park, Little Caesars Arena, Cobo Hall and Ford Field. Transit Windsor started on November 1, 1977 with 90 transit buses, one double-decker bus from England, three highway coaches, and two suburban buses. Before 1977, the company was called the Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway Company or the “SW&A”.
The point data is posted by the Geomatics Division and updated using information provided by Transit Windsor. The projection is Northing and Easting or Latitude/Longitude depending on the file format.