Transit Alerts and Notices
NEW - Transit App
Download the free and easy to use mobile application. Visit our Transit Mobile App webpage for details.
The Welland Transit routes have not changed… just the associated schedules.
- routing and schedules associated with the Regular Service (effective Sept 5th, 2021)
WellTrans Service Hours are as follows:
- Mon. - Fri. - 6am to 11pm
- Sat. - 6am to 10pm
- Sun. - 10am to 6pm
To book a trip on WellTrans passengers can call 905-735-1700 ext. 3102.
Niagara Region Transit
- Effective Monday, January 4th, 2021, there will be revisions to the Niagara Region Transit service. For further information, kindly visit niagararegion.ca/transit or call (905) 980-6000 ext. 3550.
Port Colborne Community
- Port Colborne Community Until Further Notice – regular service has resumed
Map and Schedule
Safety Measures For Everyone’s Protection
It is strongly recommended that all Transit customers either boarding the buses or entering the Terminal wear a face covering (mask) for the safety of all.
All boarding will take place at the front door effective Monday, June 22nd .
The Bus Operators will be protected by a clear Plexiglas barrier – you can still talk with them as you board.
Upon boarding the bus, you’ll notice every other row of seats is blocked off. Kindly sit in the open seats/rows to encourage safe distancing.
When the Terminal opens on June 29th, there will be Transit staff present to assist you as you enter the facility.
Suspension of the 2020/21 U-Pass program
Due to the suspension of the 2020/21 U-Pass program, all Niagara College students are now designated as adult Fares. Student Fares apply to Elementary and Secondary students only. Visit Transit Fares for details.
Route 508 Detour - Walmart Construction - bus stop relocated
Due to construction we will not be able to service the Walmart stop located behind Mark’s warehouse. We will be servicing a temporary stop located on Primeway Dr. in front of Rona. This will continue until further notice.
Welland Transit Customer Safety Request
Transit Customers… Public Health Officials are encouraging you to wear some form of facial protection when utilizing public transit. This protection does not have to be a formal medical grade face mask, it can be anything that prevents your respiratory droplets from reaching others when you talk / breathe or landing on surfaces others may touch. More information can be found in our Customer Safety Request poster.