Next Meeting

New Proposal for Light Rail Transit in Buffalo, NY

15 May 2024, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

(Doors open at 5:30)

St Philips Episcopal Church Parish
15 Fernhill Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14215
(See below for remote access)

University at Buffalo and Citizens for Regional Transit unveil a plan for three new transit lines with stations!

A new proposal for light rail transit in Buffalo, NY, will be unveiled on May 15, 2024, at 6
pm (doors open at 5:30), at St. Philip's Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 15 Fernhill across
from ECMC. The proposal, developed by the University at Buffalo Small Built Works
Program in conjunction with Citizens for Regional Transit, offers three new transit lines
with stations that will connect the city's Central Business District, and the Buffalo airport.
The proposal addresses the long-term transportation needs of the Buffalo region, which
suffers from low transit ridership, high car dependency, and limited access to jobs and
services. The proposal seeks to promote economic development, environmental
sustainability, and social equity by providing fast, reliable, and affordable transit options
for residents and visitors. It significantly expands the existing Buffalo Metro system
including near-term planned extensions.

Three new transit lines are envisioned:

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