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.
Niagara Square Stop Location Change Notice - Beginning September 3rd, 2017
Due to the major redevelopment plans for the Niagara Square, Niagara Falls Transit & Niagara Regional Transit stop locationswill be relocated from the back of the building, to the front entrance off of Montrose Road.
- All Niagara Falls Transit routes servicing Niagara Square will access the front entrance using Montrose Road, service the new stop location adjacent to Cora's restaurant, then exit Niagara Square via the driveway in front of World Gym to Canadian Drive, turn right, then proceed onto Pin Oak Drive and resume their regular routes.
- Niagara Regional Transit Route #60 (Niagara Falls to Welland) will access the front entrance using Montrose Road, service the new stop location adjacent to Cora's restaurant, then exit Niagara Square via the driveway in front of World Gym to Canadian Drive, turn left to Montrose Road, and then resume the regular route.
2017 Transit Changes & Improvements
Moving Towards Inter-Municipal Transit in Niagara
An Inter-municipal Transit Working Group led by the Mayors and CAOs from St. Catharines, Welland and Niagara Falls with support from the Regional Chair and Niagara Region CAO have been working in cooperation to find a sustainable model for inter-municipal transit service in Niagara.
At the February 28, 2017 meeting, Niagara Falls City Council approved recommendations, endorsing in principle, the creation of a consolidated transit system in partnership with the City of Niagara Falls, St. Catharines Transit Commission, the City of Welland, and the Region of Niagara to develop a regionally integrated transit system.
To learn more about the next steps in the process, read the media release for more information.
Since January 2016, the Inter-municipal Transit Working Group of Mayors, CAOs and transit managers from St. Catharines, Welland and Niagara Falls with support from the Regional Chair and CAO, have been working together to develop options for integrated transit services for Niagara.
The group has been working with Dillon Consulting to develop options for an integrated transit system that works for all of Niagara. Focused on the transit user, the working group has been working cooperatively to make improvements to the existing Niagara Region Transit services during the pilot project period - to make the existing transit services the best they can be.
A service delivery and governance strategy for the future of public transit in Niagara is being presented to local municipal councils for consideration this January and February. The Niagara Transit Service Delivery and Governance Strategy report commissioned by the working group provides strategic recommendations for the improvement of transit service throughout Niagara.
In October 2016 Dillon Consulting provided an update to Niagara's municipalities and sought feedback from municipal councils and the St. Catharines Transit Commission. In November the team consulted with the community at public meetings and through an online survey. The feedback from councils and the community helped shape the consultant's final recommendations.
A series of public information centres was held in November across the Region. Information and feedback was gathered from stakeholders around the Region, contributing to the: Niagara Transit Service Delivery and Governance Strategy
For further information, view the Inter Municipal Transit FAQ.
Niagara Transit Service Delivery and Governance Strategy - Executive Summary
Inter-Municipal Bus Routes
The Niagara Region Transit service is provided to link Niagara Falls - Welland - St. Catharines - Port Colborne - Fort Erie with Monday through Saturday service year round. For one low fare you can travel throughout the region.
Accessible Courtesy Seating
Effective July 1, 2011, the City of Niagara Falls Conventional Transportation service shall ensure there are clearly marked courtesy seating for persons with disabilities on its transportation vehicles and that the courtesy seating will meet the standards set out in the AODA Integrated Accessibility Standard (Ontario Regulation 191/11).
The City of Niagara Falls Transit Courtesy Seating is for persons with disabilities and shall be located as close as practicable to the entrance door of City buses. The Courtesy Seating shall be signed to indicate that passengers, other than persons with disabilities, must vacate that space to make it available if it is required for a person with a disability. To find out more about Courtesy Seating or other items related to Accessible Transit, inquiries can be directed to Niagara Falls Transit at 905-356-1179. You can also view the Priority and Courtesy Seating information page.
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