Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority officials celebrated the first day of service Wednesday by Frontier Airlines at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport. The carrier will provide service to four Florida cities while offering passengers to choose and pay based on the level of their needs.


Michael Mroziak, WBFO

The Transportation Security Administration's updated rules for passenger carry-on screenings are finally taking effect in Buffalo. On Thursday, TSA officials offered a demonstration of the new rules and what must now be unpacked from carry-on bags during the screening process.


Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Few people would expect to find a sprawling sculpture of a DNA-like structure in a public transit station.

courtesy Airports Council International North America

Western New York was represented in a meeting Thursday at the White House, as President Donald Trump heard from airport and airline executives about the state of the nation's air travel system.


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A $65 million project is scheduled to begin later this year at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport terminal, including upgraded facilities and an expansion intended to ease crowding in anticipation of increased service.

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The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is offering Metro Bus and Rail riders a nice reward for sharing their thoughts on its new fare system. The old one is being replaced with technology.


NFTA, union remain at contract impasse seven years later

Jul 28, 2016
Michael Mroziak, WBFO

A majority of the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority's unionized workers, including mechanics and bus drivers, have been working without a new contract since 2009. They hoped their presence at Thursday's NFTA board meeting would break a stalemate. But the union and management remain apart not only on terms but also on the opinion of whether there's even an offer on the table.


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Is the public agency that operates Metro Bus, Metro Rail and two local airports doing a poor job of managing its assets?

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Numerous flights were canceled at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport Monday because of the major winter storm hitting the East Coast.

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The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is making a big investment towards its future.