COVID-19 Safety Information

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Cortland Transit seeking campus feedback


Cortland Transit is looking for feedback from the campus community on the look and name of its transportation system that serves SUNY Cortland and the surrounding area.

A brief, six-question survey may be completed online. Responses are anonymous.

In February, Cortland Transit created a new route that makes stops on campus, in local neighborhoods and at key locations along Route 281 and Tompkins St. Monthly bus passes are available through the Campus Store.

Taking Cortland Transit to campus helps SUNY Cortland meet its sustainability goals, alleviates parking congestion and offers students, faculty and staff options in commuting.

Designated stops on this route include:

  • Cortland County Office Building (60 Central Ave.)
  • Corner of Maple Ave. and Woodruff St.
  • Corner of Lincoln Ave. and North Main St.
  • Corey Union bus stop
  • Route 281 bus stop
  • Grand Union Plaza
  • Burger King
  • West Campus Apartments

Route 2 will stop as requested at:

  • Moffett Center bus stop
  • Park Center bus stop
  • Kentucky Fried Chicken
  • 281 Bowl
  • Tompkins St. eastbound from Route 13/Route 281 to Main St.

Details, maps and fares on the Cortland Transit route are available online.

The campus bus system will continue to operate normally. Riders may view maps, routes and schedules online.