WEGO Niagara Falls Transit is a partnership between the Niagara Parks Commission and the City of Niagara Falls to deliver better public transportation options to guests of Niagara Falls.
According to the WEGO representatives the WEGO name is a pairing of two words: “WE,” communicating friendship and social activity, and “GO,” suggesting adventure and exploration. It was chosen as the brand name and identity because it easily distinguishes the Niagara Falls Visitor Transportation System from the conventional municipal system.
WEGO Green line – Niagara Parks (Parkway)
WEGO Blue line – Fallsview Boulevard to Clifton Hill (North/South)
WEGO Red line – Lundy’s Lane (East/West)
WEGO Purple line – Downtown Queen Street (Loop)
The city and the Niagara Parks Commission, partners in the WEGO venture, were awarded the AccessibleNiagara.com Award during a March of Dimes event in 2012 to mark National Access Awareness Week. It was one of 13 awards given to people and businesses that promote awareness and equal access for those with disabilities throughout the region.
|Marriott Fallsview Hotel||BLUE|
|Marriott on the Falls Hotel||BLUE|
|Scotiabank Convention Centre||BLUE|
|Fallsview Casino||BLUE or RED|
|Hard Rock Cafe||BLUE|
|Niagara Falls Museum||RED|
|Maid of the Mist Boat Tour||BLUE or PURPLE or GREEN|
|Niagara Gorge White Water Walk||GREEN|
|Downtown Coach Bus / Rail Connection||PURPLE|
|MacKenzie Printery||NOTL Shuttle|
|Laura Secord Homestead||NOTL Shuttle|
|McFarland House||NOTL Shuttle|
|Fort George National Park||NOTL Shuttle|
A WEGO bus will arrive at most stops every 20 to 30 minutes. Modified service will be offered November through March.
All times are approximate. Times may vary based on traffic and weather conditions.