I've been involved with transit advocacy for some time in Toronto, as well as being a daily transit rider (I do not, and most likely never will, own a vehicle). One thing that mystifies me is the lack of a map of intercity bus service in Ontario; produced either by the provincial government or a third party. Yes, Greyhound does publish a very poor map of their North America wide routes here: http://extranet.greyhound.com/Revsup/schedules/sa-50.pdf but it is hardly user-friendly and gives no idea of any connecting services, local transit etc. If we want to have people truly embrace a car free/car lite lifestyle, would it not be important to give people an idea of where it's possible to travel on public transport? With this in mind, I am trying to put together a beta version of just such a map and need some help from the Urban Toronto community. -Does anyone know if any such map actually exists? I have not found one in searching the internet but it may exist. -What program is the best to use? Google Maps has an editor function but limits the number of layers one can add to the map. Some competing programs don't have layers at all and this is essential to actually indicating all possible bus routes. -Finally, would anyone be interested in helping this project once it gets off the ground? I have another colleague working on this with me and we make up the core team but will need some other interested people to help research routes, make changes as necessary and just help keep the project going overall. Long term, we hope to have this project will provide the impetus for the province to create and popularize a map of bus services in the province, if not, our own map will ideally become a go-to point for anyone looking to travel car-free in Ontario!