Student Transit Info 

Get Answers to all your Transit Questions Here!

Transit isn't the easiest thing to navigate, and as such we completely understand that you're going to have questions.

This page is being dedicated to answering as many of those questions as we can.

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Routes, frequency and transit regulations may change at any given time based on
the status of the Niagara Region and its COVID-19 status.

Will there be a U-Pass for NC Students for the 2021 - 2022 Academic year?

Unfortunately, there will not be a U-Pass for Niagara College students for the 2021 - 2022 academic year. The U-Pass program was "suspended" in March 2020 and will not be returning at this time. 

Will there be additional busses added to routes in the Fall 2021 semester to handle the increase in students back to campus?

Yes, many of the routes from Niagara Falls to DJP/NOTL Campus and to the Welland Campus, will have increased busses added to them during peak time. Peak times are considered 7am - 9am and 3pm - 6pm. The 40, 45, 60, 65, 70, and 75 routes will all have additional busses added during peak times. If you have an issue with a bus, route, or schedule, please click the button below.

Where can I visit to purchase monthly transit passes (both in person, and online?

Passes can be purchased both online (button below), or at the following locations: 

  •  DJP/NOTL Campus NCSAC and Welland Campus NCSAC Offices (beginning September 7th)

  • St. Catharines Bus Terminal 
    Monday - Friday, 6:15am - 7:45pm, Saturday - Sunday from 10:15am - 5:15pm

  •  St. Catharines Transit Office
    Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm

  •   Welland Bus Terminal
    Monday - Friday 7am - 9pm, Saturday 7am - 8pm, Sunday 10am - 4:30pm

Will I have to purchase multiple passes if I live in Niagara Falls and have to travel to Welland? If that's the case, will I have to purchase a Regional Bus Pass?

In this case, students would need to purchase a Niagara Regional Transit Pass only. If they only purchased a 2-ride or 10-ride card, they will need to request a transfer when boarding the bus which will allow them to transfer to a local service.  Otherwise, they can simply show their NRT monthly pass on each bus.

Please note that Niagara-on-the-Lake does not honour NRT passes so students would require a separate pass for local services in that municipality.

What is the cost of transit tickets?

For students 18 and over: 

Adult Monthly Pass (unlimited rides in Niagara Region) - $160
10 - ride tickets - $45

Where can I find the transit schedules for Fall 2021 semester?

Transit schedules can be found here: 

Or, by downloading the "Transit App" on Android or IOS 

Additional transit information can be found by clicking the buttons below: