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The Chemung County Transit System operates 30 routes in Elmira and throughout Chemung County, with connections to Corning in Steuben Co., Ithaca and Waverly in Tompkins Co., Watkins Glen in Schuyler Co., and Sayre in Bradford Co., Pennsylvania, providing public transit service for a population of 91,000.In addition, connections can be made with TCAT in Ithaca and CEATS in Corning.The bus fleet consists of El Dorado E-Z Rider buses for service within Elmira, and International/Aero Elite buses for rural and intercounty service.The CCTS also uses Orion I and NovaBus LFS buses.All Elmira bus routes originate at the Downtown Transit Center on the Clemens Center Parkway, which also serves as the intercity coach terminal.

 

All photos are by the webmaster unless noted otherwise.

 

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00127 is a NovaBus LFS, spotted on Tower Road at Judd Falls Road in Ithaca on May 4, 2007. (Photo by Oren Hirsch, featured on Orenís Transit Page)

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84136 is an El Dorado E-Z Rider, shown waiting to enter service at the Downtown Transit Center in Elmira on May 16, 2005.This bus is still painted in the old CCTS livery as was seen on the Orion I and NovaBus LFS vehicles.These buses are used for service within the City of Elmira.

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84139 is another E-Z Rider in the old paint scheme, spotted at the Downtown Transit Center on May 16, 2005.

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84041 is an El Dorado E-Z Rider II, shown waiting to resume service at the Downtown Transit Center on May 16, 2005.

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84044 is another E-Z Rider II, spotted at the Downtown Transit Center in Elmira on May 16, 2005.This bus is equipped with an LED headsign and a different headlamp design compared to the earlier E-Z Rider buses such as 84136, and it is painted in the new CCTS livery.

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89631 has an Aero Elite body mounted on an International chassis, and is used on long-haul routes within and outside Chemung County.This photo was taken on May 16, 2005.

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89636 is another International/Aero Elite bus, spotted at the Downtown Transit Center on May 16, 2005.

 

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