The WEGO Visitor Transportation System began operation in August, 2012. It replaced the previous 2 systems - Niagara Parks People Mover and Niagara Falls Transit Falls Shuttle. Rates for the WEGO are for unlimited use: 24 hour pass $7.50 (adults), $4.50 (6-12 years) and free for 5 and under. 

There are three WEGO routes, all connecting at Table Rock Centre at the Horseshoe Falls:

  • Red line (Lundy's Lane): Oh Canada Eh?! Dinner Theatre, Canada One outlet mall, historic Main & Ferry, Niagara Falls History Museum, Queen Victoria Park, Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, Skylon Tower, Imax Theatre, Table Rock House, The Falls.
  • Blue line (Fallsview/Clifton Hill):  Marineland, Floral Showhouse, Minolta Tower, Victoria Ave., Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, Imax Theatre, Skylon Tower, Clifton Hill (museums), Casino Niagara, Hornblower Cruise, Queen Victoria Park, Table Rock House, The Falls.
  • Green line (Niagara Parks):  The former People Mover route along the river and gorge, from Rapidsview parking lot to Queenston Heights Park, Table Rock House, The Falls, Hornblower Cruise. Also services the train and bus terminals.

WEGO operates from as early as 9am to as late as 1am during the summer season, with reduced hours and service during the off season. Bus frequency is 20-30 minutes and pickups/dropoffs are at designated stops only. The buses are state of the art, and feature the latest infotainment, scheduling, comfort and safety systems. You can use your mobile device for 'WEGO Bustime Tools' to locate the closest bus and for estimated arrival times.

Niagara Falls Transit operates the municipal bus system in Niagara Falls, and has routes throughout the city. Fares are $2.75 for adults, $2.50 for seniors and students 13-19, $1.50 for 6-12 and free for under 5. Buses operate from 6am to 6pm.

Niagara Regional Transit operates the inter-city bus system between Niagara Falls, St.Catharines, Thorold and Welland with links to Port Colborne and Fort Erie. Fares are $6 and free for under 6. Buses operate from 7am to 9pm.

GO Transit, the commuter transit agency for Greater Toronto, offers regular GO Bus service to Niagara Falls. This daily service operates year-round and makes stops in St. Catharines, Grimsby, Stoney Creek, and connects with trains at the Burlington GO Station. The weekday service offers 12 trips in each direction between Niagara Falls and Burlington GO Station. Weekend and holiday service consists of six trips in each direction between Niagara Falls and Burlington.

The GO bus runs from the Via Station and also stops at Stanley Avenue and Highway 420 in Niagara Falls.

During the summer months (from May 21 to September 26), GO Transit also offers weekend and holiday train service between Niagara Falls and Toronto. There is one train Friday evening and three on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. See GO Transit.

VIA Rail, together with Amtrak, connects Niagara Falls, ON and Toronto, as well as New York City. The rail border crossing can be lengthy, so travellers from New York State may be better off disembarking at the Amtrak depot in Buffalo and connecting by bus from the nearby intercity bus terminal. There is an Amtrak station in Niagara Falls, NY but NFTA bus connections are unconfirmed.

For additional information visit the Niagara Falls- Arriving & Departing page.

Niagara Falls, Ontario does not have an airport. The closest airports are Hamilton ON, Toronto ON, and Buffalo NY -- Buffalo being the closest. The Niagara Falls, NY airport has very limited service.

Note that NFTA, the public transit service of the Niagara Falls, NY & Buffalo area, used to offer a direct bus from the Buffalo Niagara Int'l Airport (BNIA, code BUF) to downtown Niagara Falls, NY, route #210, but this service has been discontinued.

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