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The city of Syracuse is centrally located at the crossroad of two interstate highways, The NYS thruway (I-90, east & west) and I-81 (north &south).
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- Centro - CENTRO buses provide public transportation for Syracuse and the surrounding suburbs. The inter-city bus lines in the area include Oswego Motor Lines, Onondaga Coach, Greyhound, and Trailways which provide service for most areas throughout Onondaga and Oswego Counties. For schedule information visit http://www.centro.org/syracuse.aspx
Fares: Single ride: $2 10 Ride Pass: $15 7 Day Unlimited: $15 30 Day Unlimited: $60
- Hancock International Airport - Syracuse Hancock International Airport- (454-4330 or http://www.syrairport.org/). The airport has 6 major airlines and 4 commuter lines. The airport is about a 10-15 min. drive from Syracuse University. Take Exit 27 from I-81 North. From the Thruway going Northbound, take Exit 36. From Highway 481, use I-81 Southbound exit.
- Connective Corridor: The Connective Corridor is emerging as a signature strip of cutting-edge cultural development connecting the University Hill with downtown Syracuse. The city of Syracuse is home to three major universities, more than 30 art and cultural venues, and shopping centers all within close distance to one another. In the coming months and years, nodes of the Connective Corridor will be stitched together and showcased with new urban landscapes, bike paths, imaginative lighting, public and interactive art signage, and way finding systems.
- Zipcar: Zipcar is now available here at Syracuse University! To explore all available pick up locations on campus and vehicle options visit zipcar.com/su.
The cost is $25 to join and members will earn $35 in free driving. Plans range from $7.50 an hour to $69 a day.