Buffalo Niagara International Bridge Officials Call for NEXUS
WNY/Southern Ontario NEXUS program enrollment surpasses 205,000 mark, accounting for 15% of total NEXUS enrollments in North America
BUFFALO, NY/FORT ERIE, ON – Today, leaders from the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (PBA) and Niagara Falls Bridge Commission (NFBC) called for reforms to improve the NEXUS program, the bi-national trusted traveler program that aims to expedite border crossings.
The Buffalo & Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority Adopts Pat Sole Park
The park on City’s West Side will see more trees, new paths, and updated playground equipment.
Buffalo, NY – Mayor Byron Brown, The City of Buffalo and the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (“PBA”) have come to an agreement for the PBA to adopt Pat Sole Park. The Park is located at 888 Columbus Parkway at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Columbus Parkway.
No Tolls on Christmas Day at the Peace Bridge
BUFFALO, NY/FORT ERIE, ON – The Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (Peace Bridge Authority) is pleased to announce that it will not charge tolls on Sunday, December 25, 2016, in celebration of the Christmas holiday. The toll-free period will be in effect for 24 hours beginning at 12 AM Christmas morning.
Manning and Gurney Appointed to PBA Board of Directors
BUFFALO, NY/FORT ERIE, ON – The Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (PBA) today announced the appointment of Kenneth A. Manning and reappointment of Charles L. Gurney III (“Sam Gurney”) to the PBA board of directors.
Peace Bridge Authority Announces Lane Closure
Authority calls on elected officials and U.S. and Canadian federal governments to minimize related traffic impacts by advocating for adequate Customs staffing levels during construction period
BUFFALO, NY/FORT ERIE, ON – Today the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority (PBA) announced that the Peace Bridge will be reduced to two lanes between November 15, 2016 and May 15, 2017, in order to accommodate construction related to the ongoing $100 million Peace Bridge rehabilitation. In addition, the Authority has advised U.S. and Canadian government officials that any traffic impacts can be mitigated by ensuring proper inspection lane availability and Customs staffing levels during the lane closure period.