The NTC holds its position against budget cuts, prioritizing equitable access to transportation amid proposals for fare increases and service reductions.
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Amidst a financial dilemma, the Niagara Region Transit Commission grapples with budget constraints and aging fleets. St. Catharines Mayor Mat Siscoe strongly opposes proposed fare increases and service reductions, advocating for essential bus replacements and a steadfast commitment to transit service levels to aid in meeting environmental targets.
Starting Sunday, November 19, 2023 - The detour will affect the section of St. Paul West between Pelham Road and Louth Street due to the replacement of the St. Paul West CN Rail Bridge.
Carla Stout talks about the first year of regionalized transit services.
Ontario Street in St. Catharines is closed for upgrades, affecting bus routes 302/402. Check our detour routes & plan for a longer commute.
Contribute to better public transit in Niagara! Apply for the Advisory Committee by Nov 3rd. Diverse applicants are welcome. Be a voice for change.
Niagara Region Transit's holiday service hours for Thanksgiving on October 9 and reduced bus schedules during Brock University's Reading Week.
Niagara Region Transit rolling out new fareboxes in Niagara Falls, new local bus passes now available
Niagara Region Transit introduces new fareboxes in Niagara Falls and convenient local bus passes. The upgrade harmonizes fare payment across the region and allows for a transition to a single local transit pass. Riders can now purchase the new pass at the Morrison Dorchester hub.
Niagara Region Transit to conduct transit fare Proof-of-Payment blitz, introduces NRT Cares initiative
Beginning May 15, 2023 Niagara Region Transit will undertake a Proof-of-Payment blitz in an effort to reduce fare evasion.