On Thursday, July 23, Niagara Regional Council passed a temporary face covering by-law (By-law 2020-46) to require residents to wear mandatory face coverings in enclosed public places, and on Regional and Municipal transit beginning Friday, July 31st. This by-law is to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in indoor public spaces as more businesses and services begin to reopen. Exemptions and other details are posted at niagararegion.ca/covid19.
SERVICE ADVISORY - Effective Monday, January 25th, 2021
Niagara Falls Transit has closely monitored our transit ridership during the pandemic. When service was reduced to Sunday-level service this past Monday, January 18, 2021 it was to comply with the provincial State of Emergency order that businesses were to close by 8:00pm by January 14, 2021. We now understand that essential services across the City are allowed to remain open after this time. As a result, we may be stranding essential or frontline workers, or those shopping for essential goods by ending service at 9:00pm daily.
In order to provide the best level of service to Niagara Falls transit riders given the current Provincial restrictions as of Monday, January 25th, we will return to regular winter City and WEGO service, minus 30 minute peak services on City day routes. This represents 74% of our pre-pandemic regular Winter season service.
We regret any inconvenience this may have caused our riders.
Questions? Call Customer Service at 905.356.1179
ESSENTIAL TRIPS ONLY - Essential travel restrictions are in effect for Niagara Falls Transit until further notice. Essential travel means trips to grocery stores, pharmacies, medical offices and work. Face coverings or masks are mandatory to board.
Purchase your pass and go contact-free at the farebox!
Regional and City/iRide passes will be available at City Hall, our WEGO Facility and the MacBain Community Centre after August 10, 2020. (Can't make it? See our other local retailers!)
Niagara College and Brock University students: please purchase an Adult regional or city bus pass (or pay Adult cash fares).
Physical distancing policies are in place for everyone's protection. Masks will be required beginning Friday, July 31st.
We recognize that public transit is an important link to work, social events and activities for our riders. Niagara Falls Transit offers convenient and accessible travel options to get you where you want to go.
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Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada
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