Published on : Thursday, July 6, 2017
The Go Train service from downtown Toronto to Niagara, that represents the provincial transit agency resumed from 23rd June, 2017 onwards. Thanks to the brand new partnership with Niagara Parks, the visitors would be capable of buying travel packages fusing a round-trip GO Train with an easy access to the Wego transportation system.
Janice Thomson who is the chairwoman of the Niagara Parks Commission said on Monday that they are really excited to work with Metrolinx for this particular project and therefore they would like to invite visitors to its rich world-famous gardens, pathways and trails as well as breathtaking natural charm characterizing Niagara Parks and the entire region of Niagara.
One round-trip ticket starting from $25 for an individual and $50 for a family of five includes GO Train service to and from Niagara.
Furthermore, a two-day access pass to Wego that is a bus system travelling throughout Niagara Park properties and elsewhere in Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the Lake would also be offered.
Jim Bradley who is the MPP of St, Catharines said that the fresh packages would be benefitting not only Niagara Falls but the entire region.
Metrolinx started offering this Go Train service to and from Niagara Falls from 23rd June and it would be continued till 4th September and also over the Thanksgiving weekend from 6th October till 9th October. Three Niagara-bound trips and four Toronto-bound trips would be operating on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Also, there would be one trip in every direction on Fridays.
The provincial government announced last year that year-round, weekday GO Train service would arrive in Grimsby within 2021 and to Niagara Falls within 2023.