Public Comment is Sought on Pedestrian Accommodations in Clarence, NY. Public comments will be received through November 5, 2019.
Public Comment is Sought on New Drainage Sweeping Project in Erie County. Public comments will be received through November 5, 2019.
The Greater Buffalo-Niagara Regional Transportation Council (GBNRTC), the Metropolitan Planning Organization for Erie and Niagara Counties, is proposing to amend the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) by adding two (2) new projects. Public comments will be received until November 1st for PINs 582480 and 582481.
The Bike Buffalo Niagara initiative will help create more bike-able communities in Erie and Niagara Counties. Share your ideas and get involved today!
Your feedback is vital to the Coordinated Plan Update for Buffalo Niagara and to update the inventory of our specialized transportation providers. Take the survey! Paper survey is available upon request by emailing email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Read a report about our community forum, held on August 3, 2019. Any questions, please contact AVForum@gbnrtc.org. Check back on this page for future updates!
Public Comment is sought on 2 New Bicycle and Pedestrian Projects in Erie and Niagara Counties. Public comment will be received through June 4, 2019.
New York State is calling on teams of the nation’s top urban designers, economists, planners and architects to compete in generating a vision for the Buffalo Skyway Corridor. See full details at http://esd.ny.gov/skyway
Public Comment Sought on 11 New Transportation Alternatives Program/Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (TAP/CMAQ) Projects Awarded to Erie and Niagara Counties. Public comments will be received until May 31, 2019.
Public Comment is Sought on Deletion of NFTA Trapeze Operations Suite Project. Public comments will be received through May 31, 2019.
Public Comment is Sought on Pilot Program for Transit Oriented Development Planning. Public comments will be received through May 17, 2019.
Public Comment is Sought on Statewide Signal Optimization. Public comments will be received through May 7, 2019.