BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The NFTA may give the boot to bus service to home Billsgames.
The NFTA held the first of two public hearings Monday night on aproposal to reduce service to Ralph Wilson Stadium or eliminate italtogether. The Authority wants the Bills to help underwrite theseven routes it runs to Orchard Park on game days.
NFTA spokesman Doug Hartmayer said, "We have some nice ongoingconversations with the Bills so that collaboratively we can do moreto advertise and promote the service, and we're looking inwardly atways that we can economize and reduce our game day expenses."
About 1,500 fans used the service last year. Another hearingwill take place Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the NFTA's TransportationCenter in the Falls.
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