The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is committed to maintaining the kind of travel necessary to Western New York, and we are doing so in the safest possible manner. We are monitoring the COVID-19 crisis carefully and adjusting our services as recommended by federal and state health agencies - and by the needs of the community. Please let us know your concerns and your ideas. Contact the NFTA here. Thank you for your continued patience.
What we're doing to keep you safe
Masks are Mandatory. Your nose and mouth must be covered in public, per federal law. This includes all Metro buses, rail cars, PAL vans and buildings.
The Airport is operating as normal and will continue to do so under the guidance of the CDC and the New York State Health Department. We continue to monitor the COVID-19 crisis.
The Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Niagara Falls International Airport continue to work with national, state, and local health care partners to collectively create the safest environment for our travelers during this health care crisis. The recently announced joint travel advisory issued by New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo (along with Connecticut, and New Jersey) does not limit or restrict air travel to and from states with high corona virus infection rates, it does require individuals traveling from those areas to self-quarantine for 14 days. We recommend contacting your air carrier about any possible restrictions or procedures. The link below provides detailed information on the travel guidelines. We will update you as more information becomes available.
Buffalo Niagara International Airport custodian cleans seats at the Airport Terminal, in Buffalo on
March 16. (Helen Tederous/NFTA)
In the meantime, we would like to share with the general public, recommendations from the CDC:
|Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.|
|Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.|
|Avoid close contact with people who are sick.|
|Stay home when you are sick.|
|Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.|
|Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.|
Individuals who are experiencing symptoms and may have traveled to areas of concern or have been in contact with somebody who has traveled to these areas should call ahead to their healthcare provider before presenting for treatment.
If you have additional questions, you can obtain the latest information from the CDC and other resources shown below.