Niagara Falls Transportation
Getting to Niagara USA
Whether you are visiting Niagara Falls from across the state, country or Internationally, a trip to the region has never been easier. View a full listing of buses, shuttles, airports, train stations and other transportation options available to and from Niagara Falls NY. There are plenty of options when looking for transportation in Niagara USA.
By plane: If you are coming from a distance you might want to fly into one of the regions two airports, Niagara Falls International Airport (NFIA) and Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF)
By train: Niagara USA is connected to East Coast destinations such as New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C via Amtrak. Service also runs to and from Canada.
By bus: For many travelers coming to Niagara USA, buses serve as an affordable, convenient option. Niagara USA is serviced by Greyhound, New York Trailways and various tour operators.
By car: If you are traveling to Niagara USA by car, the region is connected is connected to Interstate 90, a major highway by the Interstate 190 interchange. The region also has various parkways, highways and expressways that make traveling between attractions a breeze. Click here for a map of Niagara USA which can be used when planning your drive to the region.
Getting around Niagara USA
NFTA Buses and Trolleys Much of Niagara Falls, including the downtown tourist district is well connected by the NFTA bus system and a scenic trolley operates inside of Niagara Falls State Park.
Where to start? When considering where to make your first stop upon arrival, visit the Niagara USA Official Visitor Center. Located in the heart of the Downtown Niagara Falls Tourist District, the Niagara USA Official Visitor Center offers an array of services and information for visitors to Niagara Falls and the Niagara USA region.