TORONTO: GO Transit is again providing weekend Niagara GO train service. This year (2018), weekend service runs from June 22 to September 3, and over the Thanksgiving weekend, from October 5 to 8.
Three Niagara-bound trips and four Toronto-bound trips will run on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, and there will be one trip in each direction on Fridays.
Trains running on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays during the summer months will feature two to four bike cars with room for eighteen bikes on each. Additionally, three coaches will have seat covers, and these coaches can hold sixteen bikes each.
Metrolinx is once again partnering with the Niagara Parks Commission to make it easy to experience the fun and excitement of the Niagara Region. GO Niagara travel package can be purchased online at [niagaraparks.com]niagaraparks.com for $30 per person and $60 for a group.
GO customers wanting to visit Niagara-on-the-Lake can take the train to Niagara Falls and use express WEGO bus service to complete their journey. Visit Niagara Tourism then plan your train trip with GO Transit.
Visit Niagara Seasonal GO Service for more information.
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Looking for a weekend getaway to the Falls? Just GO!Our popular Niagara Seasonal Weekend GO Train Service is back this summer (June 22-September 3). Whether it’s a family getaway to Niagara Falls for the weekend or a day trip with friends, we’ve got you covered with trains departing from Union Station and stopping at Exhibition, Port Credit, Oakville, Burlington, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls.
If you’re looking to visit Niagara-on-the-Lake, you can take the GO Train to Niagara Falls and use the express WEGO bus service to complete your trip. All part of your Niagara Park $30 Travel Package! The usual GO Bus route 11 is being replaced by a scenic, express WEGO bus that will be timed to allow you to connect seamlessly from our trains.
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As Niagara grows our transit network is growing too. By 2021, GO Trains will be rolling all the way to Grimsby. By 2023, more than 25-kilometres of new track from West Harbour GO Station will see GO Trains regularly servicing Niagara Falls.