The Niagara River Greenway Commission announced that they will meet on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 to determine the consistency of the fifty-seventh round of projects. There are three projects under consideration. Public comment on these projects will be accepted through November 14, 2017. The project proposals are available at www.niagaragreenway.org
In Buffalo, the new flashing yellow turn arrow signals are located at the left-turn lanes at the intersection of Delaware and Kenmore Avenues, installed as part of a $2 million project to resurface and improve intersection safety along Delaware Avenue. Learn more about the new signals and how to interact with them.
On September 22nd, 50 people signed the Car Free Day pledge, and commuted 332 miles by alternative transportation – that’s 138 kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions reduced! Thanks to all those who participated in #CarFreeDay. Check out a graphic of those results in this blog post and see Tweets and Instagram posts from Buffalonians who participated in Car Free Day 2017!
September 9th - 17th was National Drive Electric Week 2017. During National Drive Electric Week 2017, One Region Forward highlighted communities in Erie and Niagara Counties that have made the commitment to electric vehicles as part of One Region Forward's work with NYSERDA's Clean Energy Communities initiative.
Public Notice: Request for Proposals (RFP) Seneca Nation of Indians Seneca Transit System Bus Service Proposal
Requests for Proposals are being solicited by the Seneca Nation of Indians (SNI) Department of Transportation (DOT) Seneca Transit System (STS) to procure Bus Service as a “sponsored” bus operation subject to New York State Department of Transportation Rules and Regulations Part 975 Statewide Mass Transportation Operating Assistance (STOA) Program between Irving, Salamanca, and Steamburg New York, and the environs of the Cattaraugus and Allegany Territories of the Seneca Nation of Indians and Cattaraugus County.