South Etobicoke Transit Action Committee (SETAC) is a volunteer-led transit advocacy group in the Etobicoke Lakeshore area founded on the principle of better decisions through better information. We provide information and discussion about transit modes, options, routes, as well as land use and planning proposals to help Lakeshore residents, workers, students,and shoppers in understanding and evaluating transit information, projects, and ideas.
We are not controlled by any transit agency, elected representative, members, or business. We receive limited funding from members to pay for expenses related to encouraging community conversations (such as printing, renting space for events, and the like).
SETAC is a collaborative group and all voices are welcome to participate in improving transit and sustainable transportation. We believe that there are multiple modes of transit and multiple possible solutions and multiple sources of funding, and that all options should be considered rather than just one. We host and participate in public meetings and events to share information, and distribute information online and in person. Contact us any time!
The area we include is south Etobicoke from the Lake to the Bloor-Danforth subway (Line 2), from Humber River at Windermere to Mississauga. However transportation flows within and without this area continually, so we advocate for better regional transit connections, with the GO trains of Metrolinx and the Mississauga MiWay transit service.