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October 18, 2017

Catching the school bus on Transit Road: this is safe?

AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) – Until recently the school buses for Williamsville Central schools were turning around in the Dockside Village subdivision because the main thoroughfare was a dead end street, but now that Dockside Village is expanding, Dockside Parkway is no longer a dead end.

Corey Auerbach, an attorney from the Barclay Damon law firm, which represents Dockside Village LLC, said Dockside is willing to go one better, and extend the main thoroughfare from the apartment complex all the way to Millersport Highway so the buses would not have to turn around at all.

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