What is the organizational makeup of the NFTA?

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) is a New York State public - benefit corporation responsible for the public transportation oversight of Erie and Niagara counties in the state of New York. There are three business centers that operate as the NFTA organization: Surface Transportation, which handles ground transportation throughout Erie and Niagara counties, Aviation, which handles air related business at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Niagara Falls International Airport and Property/Risk Management, which handles properties that are owned and/or operated by the NFTA.

Where do you go to learn about job opportunities at the NFTA?

Around the block or around the world, the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority makes traveling in, out, and around this region affordable, reliable, and safe. The NFTA comprises a bus and rail system, two airports, a fire department, a police force, and administrative services to support it all. That means a wide range of career opportunities and a career path that’s blockbuster. Explore a few of the careers to see if NFTA is right for you.

For a full list of current jobs click here.

How many people work at the NFTA?

The NFTA has a work force of 1,600 talented and skilled Western New Yorkers who are passionate about serving the community.

How is the NFTA funded?

The NFTA operating and capital assistance comes for a variety of federal, state, and local sources including formula programs authorized through federal surface transportation and aviation on legislation and funding appropriations dedicated through the annual New York State budget process. Funding is also available through competitive or discretionary grants authorized by various forms of legislation. The NFTA posts the most current budget and past spending plans on its website. For detailed information, click here for budget information.