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GO trains return to Niagara Falls, starting May 21



Starting Friday, May 21 — just in time for the Victoria Day long weekend — GO Transit will again operate trains between Toronto and Niagara Falls every weekend this summer. This year, GO is also operating trains Friday evenings.

Trains operate between Union Station in Toronto and the VIA Rail station in Niagara Falls, but also stop at Exhibition, Port Credit, Oakville and Burlington GO Stations and the VIA Rail station in St. Catharines. (Trains did not stop at Exhibition last year, except during the Canadian National Exhibition and the Honda Indy.)

About 50,000 passengers traveled along the line last year, its first season. This year, GO offers one trip in each direction on Friday evening and three trips in each direction every Saturday, Sunday and holiday from Friday, May 21 until Sunday, September 26. Each trip takes about two hours, although ships passing through the Welland Canal sometimes delay the trains.

On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, GO is designating two coaches on each train for bicycles. Passengers can store their bikes on the lower level of the sixth and seventh cars on each train and then sit on the upper level. Each of these special cars has room for 18 bicycles. All other cars on each train — and all cars on Friday-evening trains — also have space for four bicycles.

GO buses continue to operate from Burlington GO Station to Grimsby, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls seven days a week.