The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) offers public transportation throughout the Buffalo-Niagara region, including stops on campus.
NFTA one way, day, and monthly passes are available. For more information and schedules, visit the NFTA website. If you want to plan a trip to a specific destination, you can use the NFTA’s Trip Planner.
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The Metro Rail is a one-line rail / subway service. It starts at UB’s South Campus and travels to the southernmost point of downtown Buffalo. Ticket vending machines can be found at all rail stations.
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There are other alternative options for traveling within Buffalo or to destinations outside of Buffalo.
Students age 18 and older can rent a car for short periods of time. Low hourly and daily rates include gas, insurance and a mileage allowance.
UB has a partnership with Buffalo Transportation, a local taxicab company, to provide safe, convenient transportation at a flat rate for UB students, faculty and staff to popular locations. Buffalo Transportation accepts Campus Cash.
UB has many services available to those who choose to bike, including a BikeShare program.
Greyhound bus service is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,100 destinations with 16,000 daily departures across North America. For more information and prices, please visit the Greyhound website.
Megabus is a low-cost daily express bus service in the U.S. and Canada. For information on destinations and prices, please visit the Megabus website.
Amtrak operates a nationwide rail network, serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states on 21,000 miles of routes. For more information, please visit the Amtrak website.