Centre will offer G2 and G road tests.
Good news for residents looking to get their driver's license.
To help clear the backlog of road tests brought on by the pandemic, the province is opening a temporary road test centre in Niagara Falls.
The centre will be located at 6080 McLeod Road.
Customers can get a G2 or G road test seven days a week between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tests can be booked here beginning tomorrow, and the centre will open on Monday.
"Opening a temporary road test centre in Niagara Falls will help increase testing capacity across the DriveTest network and help local residents book a G2 or G road test sooner," said Sam Oosterhoff, Member of Provincial Parliament for Niagara West. "Our government has a strategic plan to reduce the backlog of novice road tests, and I am pleased that we are delivering additional testing for people in Niagara."
All customers will need to wear a face mask, use hand sanitizer, and pass a screening test.