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.  

Transit Bus Maintenance and Storage Facility Report

The City of Niagara Falls is proposing to develop a new bus maintenance and storage facility to accommodate the City of Niagara Falls component of the new visitor transportation system (VTS), existing Niagara Falls Transit operations and GO Transit buses traveling to the City.

This project is being carried out under the new accelerated transit project assessment process (TPAP) under Ontario Regulation 231/08 of the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA). The following files for this project are available for download:

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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.

Tax Credit for Public Transit Passes

As of July 1, 2006, the Government of Canada has offered individuals a non-refundable tax credit to cover the cost of public transit passes. If you have a public transit pass, visit the Transit Pass Tax Credit Information for full details.

Accessible Transit Plan

The Niagara Falls Transit & Niagara Chair-A-Van's Accessibility Transit Plan 2005, as per Ontario Disability Act (O.D.A.), can be downloaded by clicking on the Accessible Transit Plan link.

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 poster.

Advertise on our buses

If you'd like to place your ad on our buses, please contact Sambrook Media at 905-910-0044.

Contact Us

Niagara Falls Transit
4320 Bridge Street, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, L2E 2R7 - Location PDF
Phone: 905-356-1179
Fax: 905-356-5576
Contact Niagara Falls Transit

Emergency Coach & Bus Services: (905) 358-9749

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