NFTA

AcronymDefinition
NFTANiagara Frontier Transportation Authority (New York State)
NFTANational Forage Testing Association (Omaha, Nebraska)
NFTANational Fitness Therapy Association
NFTANational Film and Television Archive (UK)
NFTANitrogen Fixing Tree Association
NFTANetherlands Foreign Trade Agency (Ministry of Economic Affairs; Netherlands)
NFTANot Forsaking the Assembly (magazine)
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E & E has partnered with the NFTA, the Buffalo Niagara Enterprise, Greater Buffalo-Niagara Regional Transportation Council, Buffalo Niagara Convention & Visitors Bureau, UB Green, New Era Cap Co.
The NFTA had predicted the winning bid would come in at around $28 million.
Manager of Bus Maintenance and Equipment for the NFTA.
Like many leading transit authorities Palm Beach County and the NFTA see value in the innovative, high availability, and high reliability technology offered by March Networks.
The agreement includes the purchase and implementation of Mincom's fully integrated business component system for managing maintenance, materials, and financials across the entire NFTA enterprise.
The NFTA, headquartered in Buffalo, New York, operates the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, the Niagara Falls International Airport, the Metro Bus and Rail transportation system, a 1,000-slip harbor, and transportation centers in downtown Buffalo and Niagara Falls.
The NFTA cited the `financial district concept' as one of the primary features crucial to running its organization.
The Buffalo contract has 3-year term, which can be renewed annually for 2 years at NFTA s preference.
Zemsky, Chairman of NFTA, said, Partnering with M&T Bank allows us to provide Buffalo Niagara residents and out-of-town guests with convenient access to cash on the fly.
NFTA chairman, Howard Zemsky, said, These funds will allow both facilities to upgrade needed customer amenities and improve operational safety standards that will benefit our entire region.
operations in becoming the third NFTA satellite distribution center for major assemblies, such as engines, transmissions, axles, etc.