Amtrak will begin halting at the new Niagara Falls, New York, station next Tuesday.
Service is being phased in over a 24-hour period on the first day. The two Empire Service trains to New York will depart on Tuesday from the current station at 2701 Willard Ave.
The Maple Leaf and the two inbound Empire Service trains from New York will use the new station, located at 825 Depot Ave.
The new $43 million facility has been in the planning and construction stages for more than two decades and attracted attention after it took longer than expected for the city and Amtrak to agree on a lease.
Amtrak said it will notify passengers where to board and depart, as well as update its website.