Linking communities and our future . . .

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority and its partners have embarked on a study of public transportation options for the corridor connecting Buffalo and Amherst. This could include an extension of Metro Rail, improvements to current bus service or something else altogether, like bus rapid transit. We do not know where the study is headed. We do know that together we can make getting around the region safer, more environmentally friendly and cost effective. So join us. The discussion starts here and now.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Study Area

We've updated the Study Area overview map on over on the What is this? page.

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Hope you had a nice time

Thank you to everyone who turned out last night for our options review. As handy as social media can be, there's nothing like exchanging ideas in person. Still, in case you couldn't make it, here are the items we had on display to get those discussions going.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Public Review

Tuesday, Sept 30, 4 p.m. 'till 8 p.m., Allen Hall, Room 100, University at Buffalo South Campus, 3435 Main Street, Buffalo. Stop in any time. There is no formal presentation. We will detail the evaluation criteria, screening process and show the results so far. Enhanced access is available on the Main St. side of the Hall. Metro riders can use Routes 5, 8, 12, 13, 19, 44, 47, 48, or Metro Rail.

(In case you can't be there, here's a peak at our presentation)

PDF Download

Our Progress Report

So early in the school year and we already have a progress report.  This one doesn't have any grades.  We'll leave that up to you.

Environmental Conditions

While not a crystal ball, we have now have a report on existing - and future - environmental conditions in and around the Amherst-Buffalo corridor.

How about here?

New Metro Rail Station at Fountain Pl. Buffalo

We have a report on possible Metro station locations, should a rail extension  - or bus rapid transit - be in our future.

Alternatives

So just what are the options in Transit Options Amherst-Buffalo? Well, we've got a list right here: A long list.