NFTA Metro Rail Expansion
NFTA Metro Rail Expansion | A vacant train terminal on Buffalo’s New York waterfront will officially be brought back to life in the form of an NFTA Metro Rail stop. Officials at the NFTA officially approved one of a few submitted plans to extend Buffalo’s only subway system that travels in two directions across the Queen City on Friday. With the approval, the NFTA will earmark just over $42.3 million to accomplish the task of building, planning and executing the build.
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About the NFTA (Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority)
The Surface Transportation Business Unit is responsible for all ground-based transportation services operated and provided by NFTA. Such services include public fixed-route bus and rail routes, paratransit and other non-traditional transit services, and intercity bus terminals in Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Surface Transportation units include Metro (fixed-route bus and rail), Marketing, Service Planning, Special Services (paratransit and MetroLink), Transportation Centers, and Customer Service. nfta.com