Decades of wear and tear to the Buffalo, New York Metro Rail prompt push for new state funds

By , The Buffalo News; March 12, 2018

Ever since Metro Rail began rumbling beneath Main Street back in 1985, upstate New York’s only subway has endured wear and tear from millions of passengers climbing aboard trains, riding escalators and traipsing through its stations.

Now the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority and legislators in Albany say it’s time the state recognized how much it all costs.

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