Niagara’s new regional transit service will better connect our communities and get people where they need to go. With the launch of Niagara Region Transit, your property tax bill will look different starting in 2023.
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A single, consolidated App called Niagara Region Transit Plus has been launched for specialized and on demand services in Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland. Effective Monday, March 3, the old RideCo apps will be decommissioned and the new Niagara Region Transit Plus app will need to be downloaded.
On Jan. 1, 2023, Niagara Transit Commission launched a new consolidated transit system in Niagara called Niagara Region Transit. Niagara Region Transit is the result of an effort from Niagara Region and the 12 local municipalities to connect all of Niagara by combining the existing transit systems into one transit operator.
Starting Jan. 1, 2023, riders will be able to pay for Niagara Region Transit trips and connect with OnDemand service using the Transit App.
Niagara Region Transit is busy getting ready to roll out its upcoming changes to a new consolidated transit system in Niagara, starting Jan. 1, 2023. Leading up to the new consolidated transit system, a transitional period is needed to align transit fares.
History was made on May 26, 2022, with the creation of the Niagara Transit Commission, which will bring the operation of public transit in Niagara into one organization.