Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority provides transportation services for the Buffalo Niagara region. The organization operates Rail and Bus transportation, a Boat Harbor, and two commercial Airports (Buffalo Niagara International and Niagara Falls International Airports).

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