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Bob on 2/19/2023 4:18:09 PM:
Is it safe to park here then travel the Erie canal bike trail for 4 or 5 days?

 
Bop from Rochester on 2/19/2023 5:30:44 PM:
Take a look on https://www.instantstreetview.com/ and see what the area looks like. Best I can do.

 
Bob from Fort Collins CO on 2/20/2023 12:05:32 PM:
Thanks for parking info. I'm also considering parking near Amtrak Station in Buffalo (we ride to Rochester then Amtrak back). Any ideas on parking near Amtrak / Buffalo?

 
Yankee John from Vermont on 3/5/2023 5:56:22 AM:
The downtown Buffalo AMtrak station at Exchange Street has been recently renovated - the old station looked like it was
was circa 1945 and was dark and dirty. This area is part of the renovation of downtown Buffalo, including the one of a kind Tim Horton's restaurant where Tim Horton himself played hockey back in the day. There is some parking at the new Exhange station, but not all of the trains stop there, some only stop at the larger Amtrak station in Depew outside of town near the airport, and it's unstaffed and in a part of town where there isn't much activity at night, so safety might still be a concern. Only a few blocks from there are the multi level City of Buffalo Parking structures that have cameras and staffing. We stayed at the downtown boutique Curtiss Hotel and left our car overnight in a nearby parking structure in 2018. It worked out well and it wasnt expensive.