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NFTA seeks public input on expansion plans during workshop at UB

As the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority looks to expand Metro Rail, a special workshop has been scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 403 of Hayes Hall on the University at Buffalo's South Campus to solicit public input on the plans.

The workshop will provide the public with illustrations of the proposed station design, concepts, anticipated ridership levels and traffic flow.

There will be experts available to answer questions and provide insight about the project.

It was announced last December that the NFTA would receive nearly $778,000 from the Federal Transit Administration, to study development potential along the proposed Buffalo-Amherst Metro Rail expansion.

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