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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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.