From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo:
The Niagara Falls Trolley will begin service to guests staying in participating Niagara Falls hotels and motels starting today.
Metro’s Niagara Falls Trolley buses serve Niagara Falls Boulevard, Pine Avenue, Niagara Falls International Airport and downtown Niagara Falls, USA.
Trolley stop signs along the route indicate where riders can board a Metro trolley. Trolley stops in downtown Niagara Falls are located at the Aquarium of Niagara Falls, Seneca Niagara Casino, and Tony Roma’s Restaurant. Service will also be provided to hotels and shops along Third Street, Rainbow Boulevard, and Buffalo Avenue.
From the Niagara Gazette:
This will come off as negative but is truly not meant to be. I appreciate our city council and the PARP’s efforts to bring life back into the Pine Avenue businesses district. I was lost though at the mention of a new Main Street. Pine Avenue will never replace the area I and many other residents of the city knew and loved.
…I must reiterate that resurgence in one part of Niagara Falls does not make for a healthy city, in my humble opinion it does the opposite. We don’t need any further separation, we can rebuild together.
WGRZ Channel 2 in Buffalo has a report (with video) of the Holiday Lights of the Niagara Trail:
Families can now visit the Holiday Lights of the Niagara Trail. The first lighting took place Wednesday night.
There are 50 displays located throughout Hyde Park in Niagara Falls. There are an additional 10 displays on Pine Avenue, Main Street and the new Holiday Market.
The Holiday Lights of Niagara Trail is free and open to the public every night from 5-10 p.m. through December 31st.