Binghamton University students, faculty, and staff have several transportation options getting to and from campus, campus to campus, or campus to the Greater Binghamton area.
Binghamton University has a contractual agreement with BC Transit which allows students, faculty, and staff to ride BC Transit buses by simply showing their BU ID card. B.C. Transit fixed route buses serve the urban core of Broome County (City of Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott, Endwell and Vestal) on a fixed-route system. Fixed-route buses travel along a specified or fixed path, and riders can board and exit the bus at bus stops or flag stops along bus routes. Bus schedules include detailed maps showing where our buses go. We have over 20 routes, over 700 bus stops, and cover approximately 80 square miles of the urbanized core. WE GO WHERE YOU GO!
Your one stop location for local, regional,. and interstate bus travel. The center is served by Shortline/Coach USA, Megabus, Greyhound, and Trailways and is located at 81 Chenango Street, Binghamton. Free Shuttle Bus to Greater Binghamton Tranportation Center, sponsored by Escape
Escape is a student run bus charter company serving New York City, Long Island, and Westchester.
HERTZ 24/7 Looking for a no-hassle way to get around? Check out Hertz 24/7, a car-sharing service for students, faculty and staff. Three new vehicles that drivers 18+ can rent for low, by-the-hour or by-the-day rates. Cars are conveniently located right on campus next to the parking garage. Register now.
Visit our Facebook page for more information:https://www.facebook.com/BinghamtonHertzOnDemand
BROOME-TIOGA RIDESHARE - Would you like to save money on gas, help preserve air quality, decrease traffic congestion, conserve fuel and promote better health? Broome-Tioga Rideshare helps you find carpool partners by searching for others who live near you and have similar schedules and lifestyle preferences. Go to the Broome-Tioga Rideshare website to locate a carpool partner.
Information on taxi services in Broome County. Find a listing of taxis, where to file a complaint, and learn your rights as a passenger.
The Bearcat Bikeshare program provides a free bike sharing service amongst the Binghamton University community. Our goals are to help to reduce carbon emissions, alleviate traffic congestion, and promote healthy and active lifestyles.Visit their facebook page for additional info: https://www.facebook.com/BinghamtonUniversityBikeShare
is charged with the management, operation, control, and general improvements to campus parking, within the program objectives established by the University.