Port Colborne Transit
The City of Port Colborne has contracted with Welland Transit to operate their transit system effective March 31, 2008. Port Colborne's transit service is comprised of a local community bus which operates within Port Colborne from 8 am - 5 pm Monday to Friday and the link service to Welland which provides 3 trips per weekday between the two communities.
The link service, which started in October 2007, has been enhanced to include stops at the Seaway Mall and the Welland Transit Terminal. Another enhancement to the service is a revamped fare structure that will allow riders to use Welland Transit Econo and Monthly passes for both systems. This will make for a more seamless system that will encourage ridership, provide for more affordable access to employment in both communities and help both cities with their commitment to help the environment.
The Port Colborne Community bus and the link service will operate 12 months per year.
Econopasses can be purchased at the Seaway Mall, Welland Transit, Port Cares, and at the City of Port Colborne.
Please visit the Welland Transit web site http://welland.ca/transit for more information.
Seniors Ride Free on Monday, May 27
Niagara Region, May 16, 2013 - Seniors are encouraged to give public transit a try on Monday, May 27. Niagara Region Transit, St. Catharines Transit, Niagara Falls Transit and Welland Transit are offering free trips for seniors on their bus routes all day long.
The six "hub-to-hub" Niagara Region Transit routes, as well as the link services connecting Fort Erie to Niagara Falls and Port Colborne to Welland, will require no fare for seniors age 65 and older on May 27. In addition to Niagara Region Transit, the local St. Catharines, Thorold, Niagara Falls, Welland and Port Colborne routes will also be fare-free for seniors.
Bus Route and Schedules
Please complete the survey and return it to Port Colborne City Hall.