NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority's estimated annual revenue is currently $113.8M per year.
- NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority's estimated revenue per employee is $328,000
- NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority has 347 Employees.
- NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority currently has 1 job openings.
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding||Pricing|
|Liberty Moving ...||$32.1M||98||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|NFTA Niagara Fr...||$113.8M||347||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|La Rosa Del Mon...||$19.4M||59||N/A||N/A||N/A|
What Is NFTA Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority?
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is a multimodal entity encompassing a skilled and dedicated work force. We are firmly committed to providing efficient and professional transportation services that enhance the quality of life throughout the Buffalo Niagara region in a manner consistent with the needs of our customers. The NFTA's goal is to go beyond serving current needs of our customers with an eye toward the future. Our efforts to attract low fare airlines to the Buffalo Niagara International Airport has had a positive effect of lowering overall airfares, making our airport more affordable for our customers. In 2006 for the first time in the airport's history we surpassed a one-year total of five million-passengers, accomplishing the milestone 14-years ahead of projections. In addition, the BNIA has improved from being the second most expensive airport to use in 1996 to the 71 in 2005, according to a U.S. Department of Transportation Consumer Report, and has set passenger records in each of the last three years. The airport has become a regional attraction with a low fare image that attracts travelers from destinations such as Toronto, southern Ontario, Jamestown, Rochester and Erie, Pa. At the Niagara Falls International Airport,Myrtle Beach Direct will commence twice weekly flights to Myrtle Beach. People will be able to fly non-stop to Myrtle Beach from March 9 through November 1, to play golf, visit friends, or just to enjoy the local hospitality. Our air service development team has been aggressively marketing the Niagara Falls airport worldwide. Having Myrtle Beach Direct Air will add new momentum to our efforts and hopefully attract other carriers to Niagara Falls. We are moving forward with our plans to build a new terminal at the Niagara Falls International Airport. A design concept for the new terminal has been completed and construction documents are expected to be ready in June, as is the financing. At NFTA-METRO, we are aggressively working to enhance the quality of life of residents and visitors by providing the highest level of responsive and reliable transportation through a coordinated and convenient bus and rail system. Metro became the second transit agency in New York State to start using hybrid electric buses when 30, 40-foot hybrids were introduced to its fleet. An additional 13 hybrids will be added in this spring. The 43 buses will replace an equal number of the oldest conventional diesel fueled buses now operating in a fleet of 330 buses.keywords:N/A
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