According to data released by NEXUS Niagara, enrollment in the program has increased 23% since a marketing effort began last March. In raw numbers, over 200,000 car, truck and or van drivers have signed up for the border crossing passes. NEXUS reports that accounts for 12% of overall traffic at Buffalo Niagara's four international border crossings.
The Buffalo Planning Board will take a look at Ellicott Development Company's $14 million renovation plan for the "Arctic Freezer Building" next Tuesday. Business First reports the ECIDA will vote on the project at an April 22nd meeting. Tentative plans call for apartments, a restaurant and corporate meeting space.
Sanborn-based Franklin Traffic Service, Incorporated has changed its name to Franklin Global Strategies. The company is a customs broker and global trade consultant.
Catholic Health recently launched a web-based virtual network for job seekers to share their skills, experience and interests called "Talent Network."