Next CRT Quarterly Meeting

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

CRT Quarterly Meeting

United Way, 742 Delaware Ave., Buffalo

Options for a New Multimodal Transportation Station in Downtown Buffalo


Bruce Becker, Director, Special Projects and Events, National Association of Railroad Passengers

Dan Leonard, Director, Economic Development, Buffalo Niagara Partnership

Thomas DeSantis, Acting Director of Planning, City of Niagara Falls

Introductory remarks by Paul Dyster, Mayor, City of Niagara Falls

Train Station Summit/Rep. Higgins Letter to NY DOT/Exchange St Roof Collapse

Citizens for Regional Transit endorses efforts by Rep. Brian Higgins and Sen. Charles Schumer to support a new Amtrak Station for Buffalo, NY and for a comprehensive study of optimal location(s).

The current Exchange Street Station has been voted as the “saddest rail station in the US” and is woefully inadequate to support an upward trending Buffalo and its transportation needs. The recent Exchange Street Station roof collapse intensifies the urgency of building a new station.

There are many requirements that must be considered in evaluating locations and design for a new Buffalo train station:

October 2016 Newsletter

This is the October 2016 Citizens for Regional Transit newsletter.

Citizens are Demanding a Transit Revolution!

Click below to see the organizations that have signed our petition for September 2016!

July 2016 Newsletter

Here is the July 2016 CRT Newsletter.

Presentations from April 2016 Quarterly Meeting

Below are presentations from the April 2016 CRT Meeting.

April 2016 Newsletter

Here is the April 2016 CRT Newsletter.

CRT 2015 Annual Report

Citizens for Regional Transit has had a busy 2015. View our annual report for an overview of our activities for the year, and the groundwork built for 2016.

One Region Forward presentation to CRT

Presented by Kelly Dixon of One Region Forward at the January 20 annual meeting.

January 2016 Newsletter

This is the January 2016 Citizens for Regional Transit Newsletter.


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