Transit Services

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 Update - Effective December 6, 2021

Transit Services will be temporarily suspending all 30-minute peak service on City routes over the weeks of December 6, 2021 to January 2, 2022. Peak service is provided on routes 101/102/103/105/106/107/and 108. Transit will be delivered hourly on affected routes for this four week period. Our busier routes 104/110/111 with 30 minute all-day service will remain on their regular schedule during this time. We expect to return to regular city service by January 3rd, 2022.

 Approximately 74% of all systems in Ontario are projecting potential service reductions now or early in 2022 at current staffing and provincial funding levels according to the Ontario Public Transit Association. 

Service Enhancements - Effective September 6, 2021

Niagara Falls Transit is improving service by making a number of adjustments and increases to routes and timing. Select transit routes and stops will be expanded and others will be adjusted to make better use of resources in response to growing customer demand and new development in the City.

Some of the featured changes include:

  • Accommodation of new residential growth areas in the community. This includes addressing growth in the City’s south end, and migrating service toward the future site of the new hospital.
    • Impacted neighbourhoods include Warren Woods / Garner / Oldfield / Thundering Waters
  • Improvement of routing to facilitate:
    • ease of use for passengers
    • consistent timing for routes
    • alignment of departure times day and night, and Sundays and Holidays from Major hubs
  • Addition of service to Heartland Forest / WEGO Facility / Blackburn Parkway in both directions.
  • Access to Stanley South Business Park for those without transportation for employment activities.
  • Completion of the Morrison/Dorchester Lay-by this September with AODA compliant stops and shelters.(Stay tuned for platform locations)

Affected routes and stops include: #103 / #105 / #106 / #113 / #203 / #205 / #206 / #213 (Maps can be found by going to Routes and Schedules and click on the appropriate Route)

With this expansion and re-design of some route additional stops will be added and some stops will be removed. A full list can be found on the Routes and Schedule page.

 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. (Can't make it? See our other local retailers!)


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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Contact Us

Niagara Falls Transit & WEGO
8208 Heartland Forest Road,

Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada
Phone: 905-356-1179
Fax: 905-356-5576
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