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Fort Erie Transit - General Information
TRANSIT INFO LINE 905-993-1001
Hours of Operation
Monday through Saturday (6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.)
This service operates as close to the schedule as traffic and weather conditions permit.
Please allow yourself enough time by arriving a few minutes early at your stop when planning your trip!
Sundays & Public Holidays: There is no service provided on Sunday and on the following holidays observed:
New Year’s Day, Family Day, Good Friday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Civic Holiday, Labour Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Please have the EXACT fare ready
Adults/ Seniors/Students & Children $2.50
Discount 5 Strip of Tickets $11.25
Discount 10 Strip of Tickets $21.00
Monthly Passes $80.00
(Children under 5 years old are FREE)
Tickets/ Passes are available by Cash, Debit or Credit Card from your Driver. ATTENTION RIDERS: Discount bus tickets and monthly passes are also now available at the Customer Service Desk at SOBEYS - 450 Garrison Road. The store is open from 6:00am to Midnight seven days per week.
Where's the Bus?
Need to know where the bus is along the route in real time? Log on to: http://www.greenfleetspro.com
Username: erie (lowercase)
Password: erie (lowercase)
Zoom in to Fort Erie and click on the bus (green arrow) travelling towards you along the route.
Real time information to plan your trip.
Fort 2 Falls Link Bus - General Information
INFO LINE 905-356-1179
The Town of Fort Erie provides public transit to and from Niagara Falls and beyond. This service makes connections with Niagara Transit's buses within Niagara Falls for no extra charge to Fort Erie passengers and onto Regional NRT buses travelling into the Niagara region. Regular fares for a one-way trip and into Niagara Falls is $3.50. Transfers onto a Regional bus going beyond Niagara Falls requires a pre-paid fare of $6.00.
Students can access links to both campuses of Niagara College and to Brock University throughout the post-secondary terms with their U-Passes on intermunicipal buses ONLY. Fort Erie's regular town transit buses charge a separate fare.
Google it for your trip planning!
Go online to https://maps.google.com/ Click "Get Directions" and choose the *By Public Transit* icon above where your start point address is to be entered. Enter your start point and your destination and click "Get Directions". Not only will we tell you how to get there but when you can plan your trip and how long it will take to reach your destination.
FAST SERVICE - General Information
INFO LINE 905-871-4655
Providing Transportation for Seniors and Persons with disabilities within Fort Erie - Monday through Saturday (7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m)
Specialized curb-to-curb transportation within the municipal boundaries of Fort Erie is available to those persons that meet the Eligibility Criteria. Fare for a FAST trip is $2.50 per booking. Discount ticket books are available.
Information on FAST Service
To become a registered rider please fill out an application for service as provided by the link below or for more information on eligibility and booking for service please call:
(905) 871- 4655
Niagara Specialized Transit - Transit for Persons with Disabilities outside of Fort Erie
For more information please call 905-680-2052 visit the website at: http://www.niagararegion.ca/transit/nst/default.aspx
Please feel free to contact the Infrastructure Services Department at (905) 871-1600 Ext. 2401 with any questions or concerns about the provision of public transit in Fort Erie.
Transit Advisory Committee (By-law No. 143-2016)
The Transit Advisory Committee (TAC) will work to meet the Town of Fort Erie’s approved Transit Route, Bus Stop & Facility Improvements Plan vision and mission statements:
Vision: “Fort Erie Transit will provide a local and affordable public transportation system that is supported by residents and the business community.”
Mission: “To provide safe, efficient and environmentally friendly public transportation services that support the economic vitality, growth, environmental sustainability, and health of the community.”