Citizens for Regional Transit has released our official position on Buffalo's new Exchange Street Station proposal (as formulated by the New York State Department of Transportation).
This was presented by CRT President Doug Funke during our May 1, 2018 Quarterly Meeting at First Presbyterian Church.
This insight brief describes the potential for commuter rail service on the Niagara Branch between Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Currently this corridor is owned by CSX but most notably supports existing Amtrak service. The brief was provided at the CRT Quarterly Meeting on May 1, 2018 at First Presbyterian Church.
Study author: Aaron Krolikowski, PhD.
WBFO covered our Quarterly Public Meeting at First Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, May 1.
For the coverage, read this article by WBFO's Mike Desmond.
On April 25, 2018, CRT President Doug Funke was interviewed by Partnership of the Public Good's Sam Magavern. They discussed CRT's efforts to expand Metro Rail, on WUFO-AM.
Doug was interviewed again on the Public Good After Show.
Videos courtesy PPG.
Visit Partnership for the Public Good at www.ppgbuffalo.org .