Bertie Township, Ontario - Infrastructure - Transportation - Public Transit

Public Transit

Public transit is provided by the Town of Fort Erie Transit System, which operates two buses in the town.

Niagara Transit operates a service from Niagara Falls into Fort Erie, connecting with the Fort Erie Transit bus at Wal Mart Plaza at 750 Garrison Road.

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