Broome County Transit


About BC Transit

Binghamton University has a contractual agreement with Broome County (BC) Transit which allows students, faculty and staff to ride BC Transit buses by simply showing their Binghamton University ID card.  BC Transit has fixed-routes that serve the Broome County area. These buses travel along a specified path, and riders can board and exit buses at bus stop locations along the route.  BC Transit have over 20 routes, over 700 bus stops, and covers approximately 80 square miles. 


Below you will find a link to the BC Transit schedules and trip planner as well as information on the BC Transit buses that service Binghamton University. Each BC Transit bus is equipped with a real-time bus tracking device that allows riders to see when and where they will be at any location. To find your bus, visit the link below or download the DoubleMap app to your phone.

BC Transit Schedules and trip planner

DoubleMap, BC Transit bus tracking app

University Plaza, Binghamton General Hospital, Greater Binghamton Transportation Center

SUNY Broome, University Plaza, University Downtown Center

Floral Ave., Binghamton West Side, University Downtown Center, Greater Binghamton Transportation Center

Binghamton West Side, Floral Ave.

Oakdale Mall, Wegmans, UHS Wilson Medical Center, Floral Ave.

Jensen Rd., Parkway Plaza, Town Square Mall, Endicott

Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton West Side, Town Square Mall

Additional information

Not sure which bus to take? Visit the Google Maps link below, type in your destination and it will show you which BC Transit bus will get you where you need to go.

BC Transit On Google Maps

There are also many connecting buses at the Transportation Center that can take you where you want to go. For more information on bus schedules and routes, visit the BC Transit website, and follow them on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.