David R. Husch, Director
University Union West B-15
Binghamton University students, faculty, and staff have several transportation options
getting to and from campus, campus to campus, or campus to the Greater Binghamton
NEW APP!!!!!!!! - You can now view OCCT buses on a new app in conjunction with
ETA Transit. Click here to visit the site for your computer or download for your smartphone at ETA SPOT
/Off Campus College Transport is the transportation of students , faculty, and staff
between their home and campus. Simply show your Binghamton University ID card to ride.
Our blue buses travel everywhere you need to go, destinations such as University Downtown
Center (UDC),Innovative Technology Center (ITC), Walmart, Wegmans, Target, Oakdale
Mall, Downtown Binghamton, Bmets Stadium and many more. This is aside from the On-campus
shuttles we provide that go to all the residential communities, as well as, the east
and west gyms. Like OCC Transport on Facebook to get important status updates and
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!
Binghamton University has a new partnership with Zipcar, the world’s leading car
sharing network, to offer a Zipcar car sharing program on campus. The convenient transportation
option is now available at an affordable rate 24 hours a day, seven days a week for
students, faculty, and staff ages 18 and older, as well as members of the local community
over the age of 21.
Binghamton will initially offer three vehicles, a Ford Focus, a Ford C-Max and a Ford
Escape 4WD. The Zipcars will have designated parking spots located in Lot D for convenient
pick-up and return.
This year, Binghamton University members can join for $15, with rates for Zipcar vehicles
on campus starting as low as $7.50 per hour and $69 per day. After the first year,
members will pay an annual membership fee of $35. Gas, insurance, and up to 180 miles
of driving per day are included in Zipcar rates, and cars can be reserved for as little
as an hour or for multiple days. Binghamton students, faculty and staff can join
Zipcar at www.zipcar.com/Binghamton.
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, &
The Hertz 24/7 Program has been discontinued by Hertz. Binghamton University is actively
working to bring another car share service to campus. Stay tuned for an announcement!
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
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.