The Discover Niagara Shuttle is FREE to ride and runs Sunday through Thursday from 9AM to 6PM. For Friday and Saturday, the shuttle runs from 9AM to midnight.
On June 15th, 63 people signed the Dump the Pump pledge, and commuted over 470 miles by alternative transportation – that’s over 193 kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions reduced! Thanks to all those who participated in #DumpThePump. Check out a nifty graphic of those results in this blog post.
In an effort to raise pedestrian safety awareness statewide, the “See! Be Seen!” educational campaign was created by the NYS Department of Health and Governor Andrew Cuomo's Traffic Safety Committee to provide safety tips for both pedestrians and drivers www.ny.gov/programs/pedestrian-safety-action-plan.
NYSDOT will hold a design public hearing for the Scajaquada Corridor project on Wednesday, January 25th at Buffalo's Frederick Law Olmsted Public School 64 at 5:30pm. NYSDOT staff will be on hand at 4:30pm, one hour prior to the start of the hearing, to discuss the project and answer any questions.
The City of Buffalo’s Department of Public Works and the Buffalo Sewer Authority are leading an effort to transform Niagara Street. This streetscape project seeks to enhance accessibility, safety, and corridor vibrancy for all – residents, visitors, and businesses. Provide your feedback on proposed design and green infrastructure improvements until December 21st, 2016,
NYSDOT and GBNRTC hosted a Regional Freight Stakeholder Workshop on December 6th, 2016 as part of the New York State Freight Transportation Plan. Over 30 representatives from the public and private sector were on hand to hear about the study’s initial findings and to provide feedback.