We have launched our own petition demanding that NFTA needs to step up and make a change for our community and send a clear message that the public transportation belongs to the community but not the authority itself. Read, sign and share more about our new Reinvented NFTA Petition today!
City of Buffalo formed a new project called “Buffalo Train Station” to discuss the future of new train station in Buffalo as 3 location was chosen either Central Terminal, Canalside or Exchange Street Station and now it’s up to the community. The first public meeting is set to be on March 21, 2017 and it’s open to the public and you can fill out the form to be given a presentation. More information about the “Buffalo Train Station Site Project” hosted by City of Buffalo.
Buffalo Transit Central wants to go the next level, we developed a proposed new Transit Development for Erie & Niagara County. We have re-design the entire transit system in more effective way that will meet everyone’s need for public transportation. Visit the Proposed NFTA Transit System page for more information and share your feedback of what you think.
The Allen/Medical Station went a long month construction last summer to make new changes in the station. They added new platform with new elevator installed in the back. New real time bus/train arrival screens on the wall. The new touchscreen Kinkos where you can check all information including bus and train schedules. See Photo Gallery for more details.
Buffalo Central Terminal is now a hot topic. The debate has been discussing about where it should be build, either at Canalside, Depew or rebuilt the former Buffalo Central Terminal? More detailed story at the Buffalo Central Terminal page for all latest updates.
Darius G. Pridgen took action by publishing a post on Facebook about “Where is my bus?” it NEVER came. To see the full of 50+ comments including NFTA Bus Operators and Passengers, go to this link: Where Is My Bus?
NFTA announced that the last remaining high floor bus #9611 Nova Classic that has been on the road for almost 20 years and it retired. All bus fans were hoping if this bus will be preserved instead send to the auction. We’re working to see if this bus will be send to a museum or its kind. Stay tuned for further updates.
NFTA is the 2nd largest transit agency in New York State, besides MTA in NYC. It’s shame that our agency is in bad shape by not fixing it and make a good example for the community. That is the one main reason, Buffalo Transit Central was established to change that and educate the community and make the best out of it.