The Town of Grimsby has 171 kilometres of roadway throughout the municipality and 93 kilometres of sidewalk below the escarpment servicing residents and visitors.

QEW interchanges

The Queen Elizabeth Way highway is a six lane major highway that runs from Toronto to Fort Erie. Three interchanges allow access to the Town of Grimsby: Casablanca Boulevard, Christie Street and Bartlett Avenue.

Regional roads

Niagara Region roads are maintained by Regional Public Works Operations. Regionally owned roads include:

  • Casablanca Boulevard
  • Christie Street
  • Mountain Street (below and above the escarp.m.ent)
  • Mud Street East and West
  • Bartlett Avenue
  • Livingston Avenue
  • Main Street East and West
  • South Service Road

Road maintenance and parking

Grimsby's network of local streets and roads are maintained to a high standard and there is ample parking in the downtown core.

Transportation services for seniors

Community Support Services of Niagara (CSSN) is a non-profit agency that provides transportation services to seniors 60 years of age or older, or adults with disabilities who wish to remain in their homes. Volunteers provide paid rides to medical appointments, banking and grocery shopping.

Rates and notice

A flat rate fee is charged for local rides. Rates for rides outside local area are based on actual mileage. CSSN requires five days' notice to arrange for rides.

Contact CSSN

  • Office Phone: 905-563-9501 ext. 24
  • Toll Free Phone: 1-877-563-8523
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4p.m.
  • Contact CSSN online

 

Red Cross Grimsby accessible transportation program

The Canadian Red Cross provides transportation for the frail, elderly and disabled in the community. The service is for those unable to use public transportation or private means, provided through a partnership between the Canadian Red Cross, Town of Grimsby and the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant LHIN.

Apply now

Applications available at: 905-680-4099 ext.7249

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