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November 18, 2013

Transit weighing options along U. of Buffalo corridor

New bus service, extending Metro Rail or bus rapid transit could all be considered.


October 1, 2012

First Transit N.Y. universities contract extended

The contract will consist of three locations that house students from the University of Buffalo and those in the State of New York University (SUNY) System.


June 18, 2012

N.Y. university upgrades bus fleet

The new transit-style vehicles run on petrodiesel and biodiesel, feature front-end racks for three bikes and bus tracking capabilities.


October 17, 2011

Transit awarded funds to study extending rail to U. of Buffalo

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority plans to conduct an analysis of the Amherst-Buffalo Corridor, which potentially would connect the current the Light Rail System in Buffalo to the UB North Campus in Amherst.


August 2, 2010

First Transit wins U. of Buffalo contract extension

The university's shuttle service transports more than 3.3 million passengers annually.


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