Niagara Region Transit - Niagara Falls

Niagara Region Transit offers fixed-route bus services, OnDemand transit and specialized transit to Niagara Falls residents, businesses and visitors.

  • Fixed-route bus service provides riders with a reliable, repetitive, fixed schedule based upon a specific route with vehicles stopping to pick up and deliver passengers to specific locations.
  • OnDemand transit is a ridesharing service that lets riders request trips in real-time through a mobile app or over the phone by selecting a pickup point and destination.
  • Specialized transit services residents of Niagara Falls who have a disability that prevents them from using conventional transit services.

Niagara Region Transit can transport riders in Niagara Falls to:

Fixed-route bus service

Roues and schedules

Niagara Falls Transit routes and schedules have not changed.


Online payments

Your fare allows you to travel from your location to the pre-set destination.

Pre-paid ride passes (single ride, 10-ride or 31-day pass) are available for purchase on the Transit App.

Ticket purchase locations

10-ride cards and 31-day passes can be purchased during business hours.

  • Avondale #67 – 8214 Lundy’s Lane
  • Esso Lundy's Lane - 8214 Lundy's Lane
  • City Hall - 4310 Queen St.
  • MacBain Community Centre - 7150 Montrose Rd.
  • Avondale #18 - 7168 Dorchester Rd.
  • Big Bee Convenience - 4787 Victoria Ave.
  • Big Bee Convenience - 5056 Montrose Rd.
  • Big Bee Convenience - 8209 Lundy's Lane
  • Busy Bee Food Mart - 5203 Victoria Ave.
  • The Store - 3464 Cattell Dr.

Riders can pay for a single ride fare or purchase day passes from the bus operator on the bus using exact cash only. Operators cannot make change or accept credit/debit. Learn more about Niagara Region Transit fares.


Niagara Region Transit services operate in Niagara Falls year-round.

  • Monday to Saturday: 6 a.m. - midnight
  • Sunday: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • WEGO: 6 a.m. - midnight
  • Holiday hours

OnDemand transit - TransCab

TransCab is available to Niagara Falls residents who do not reside in/near current routes. Riders use a taxi service provider to connect them to and from the city transit system at zone-specific transfer hubs.


Pre-paid ride passes (10-ride or 31-day) are available for purchase at the following locations during business hours. Learn more about fares.


TransCab operates in Niagara Falls year-round.

Book a ride

  1. Call Central Taxi at (905) 358-3232 prior to your trip on Niagara Region Transit, and inform the OnDemand operator when, and at which Transfer Point, the taxi needs to meet you.
  2. When you board the bus, ask the vehicle operator for a transfer.
  3. The taxi will meet you at the transfer point. Show the transfer to the taxi driver, who will take you to your destination in the TransCab Zone.
  1. Call Central Taxi at (905) 358-3232, and tell the operator you pick up location, and the time and to which Transfer Point you need to meet your bus.
  2. Pay your fare to the taxi driver, and ask for a transfer receipt, which will be accepted by your bus operator.
  3. The taxi will pick you up and take you to the Transfer Point for your bus connection.

The TransCab Transfer Points for this zone are Lyon's Creek and Sodom Road, and the Chippawa Parkway and Portage Road. View the Chippawa Parkway TransCab Zone Map (PDF).

  • Chippawa Parkway and Front Street from Norton Street to West of Thomas Street

The TransCab Transfer Point for this zone is at the corner of Drummond Road and McLeod Road. View the Stanley Avenue South Lyon's Creek Rd. TransCab Zone Map (PDF).

  • Chippawa Parkway East of Niagara SPCA to Stanley Avenue
  • Rexinger Rd. south of Stanley Avenue, West of Ort Road

The Glenview zone is in effect Monday to Saturday, 6:30 p.m. to midnight and Sundays and holidays 6:45 7:15 p.m. The TransCab Transfer Point for this zone is the Bus Terminal at Bridge Street and Erie Avenue. View the Glenview TransCab Zone Map (PDF).

  • Ferguson and Buttrey Streets and all side streets between River Road and Victoria Avenue

Niagara Specialized Transit - Chair-a-Van

Chair-a-Van services residents of Niagara Falls who have a disability that prevents them from using conventional transit services.


You must be a physically-disabled resident of Niagara Falls whose mobility problems prevent or severely inhibit you from walking 175 metres.


Fares can be purchased by downloading the Transit App or at the following locations during business hours. Regular transit fares apply.


Chair-a-Van operates in Niagara Falls year-round.

  • Monday to Saturday: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.
  • Sunday and Statutory Holidays: 7 a.m. - 9 p.m.
  • Holiday hours


To apply for Chair-A-Van service you must first complete an application form available at:

  • Chair-A-Van office, St. John Ambulance, 5734 Glenholme Ave., Niagara Falls
  • Call 1-833-NRT-LINE (1-833-678-5463) to have an application mailed
  • Fill out the online Specialized Transit Application

Applications for TransCab service must be certified by a medical practitioner and will be reviewed for approval. If approved, eligibility will be granted on an unconditional, conditional or temporary basis.

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