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, August 11, 2014

Visit Us

TO Amherst will be at the University Community Farmers Market on Aug 16 and September 13. 8am - 1pm.  

The market is on UB's south Campus (intersection of Main and Kenmore)  It's another chance to share ideas about transit in our area.


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