Go Transit – Huge Savings on Niagara Falls Getaway (Route Map)

GO TRANSIT System map 2013-June-29

From Toronto to Niagara all summer long, your getaway starts when you step on board. Seasonal weekend GO Train service to Niagara Falls operates on Victoria Day weekend, again June 29 – Sept 2, and yet again on Thanksgiving weekend; our seasonal weekend schedules have been improved, making leisure travel more convenient than ever.

The trains will stop at Union Station, Exhibition GO Station, Port Credit GO Station, Oakville GO Station, Burlington GO Station, St. Catharines VIA Rail station, and Niagara Falls VIA Rail station.

View the Niagara schedule. We want to know how you use GO’s Niagara Falls summer train service. Take our survey and tell us about it for your chance to win one of three $50 GO fare vouchers.

Take a GO Bus shuttle between St. Catharines and Niagara-on-the-Lake. The bus will meet the trains departing from Toronto in St. Catharines and will operate express to downtown Niagara-on-the-Lake; the return shuttle trips will meet Toronto-bound trains in St. Catharines.

Important Notes: There will be Go Buses connect to Go Trains from Burlington to Niagara Falls on a regular basis.

Looking to take the GO train to Niagara Falls this summer?

GO Transit has officially published its schedule for its Toronto-Niagara Falls train and shuttle service for 2014.

Seasonal GO Train service to Niagara operates on the Victoria Day weekend, May 16-19, on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from June 27 until September 1, and Thanksgiving weekend, October 10-13.

About Go Transit

A division of Metrolinx, GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, with routes extending to communities across the Greater Golden Horseshoe . We carry 65 million passengers a year.

Since May 1967, GO Transit has evolved from a single GO Train line along Lake Ontario’s shoreline into an extensive network of train lines and bus routes. Since service began, more than a billion riders have taken the GO Train or Bus – to work or school, to go home, or for leisure activities. GO provides its passengers with safe, fast, reliable, comfortable service to downtown Toronto and other urban centres.