image002 Other Centro Divisions


In addition to Onondaga County, Centro also operates in Cayuga, Oneida, and Oswego counties, with the option of adding Cortland, Jefferson and Madison counties in the future if the respective county legislatures vote for the merger.  In addition to local bus service Auburn, Fulton, Oswego, Rome and Utica, Centro offers line-haul service from these counties to downtown Syracuse.


For Centro of Oneida photos, click here.


All photos are by the webmaster.


Centro of Cayuga

Centro of Cayuga operates five routes in the City of Auburn, all of which meet at the corner of Genesee Street and South Street in the centre of the city.  The bus routes are interlined to allow transfers without switching buses.  The fleet consists entirely of New Flyer D30LF buses, the first low-floor buses purchased by Centro to enter service replacing the old Orion I buses.  Centro of Cayuga also offers rural service to communities such as Moravia and Weedsport.


2400 is a 2004 New Flyer D30LF, spotted at the Centro garage in Syracuse on August 1st, 2011.


2402 is another 2004 New Flyer D30LF, shown parked at the Centro garage on April 30, 2007.


2405 is shown on East Genesee Street in downtown Auburn on May 15, 2005.



2406 is another 2004 D30LF, shown on East Genesee Street at South Street on May 15, 2005.  Like the D40LF buses in Ithaca, these vehicles have the air conditioner on the roof, with a flat panel on the back of the bus.


2407 was spotted waiting for riders on West Genesee Street at South Street on May 15, 2005.


Centro of Oswego

Centro of Oswego operates two main routes, each divided into four sub-routes to provide service throughout to City of Oswego.  All the routes meet at the corner of West Bridge Street (NY Route 104) and West 1st Street, where connections can be made to rural Oswego County routes and express service to Syracuse.  The bus fleet consists entirely of New Flyer D40LF buses, which replaced the old blue Orion V buses in 2005.  Centro of Oswego also operates service connecting Oswego to the Village of Mexico and the City of Fulton, as well as a local route in Fulton.



2503 is a 2005 New Flyer D40LF, shown at the downtown transfer point in Oswego on May 15, 2005.  Unlike the Centro of Cayuga buses, these buses have the air-conditioner installed in the back of the bus, with the slatted cover to allow air circulation to the condensor.


2503 was seen again on August 1st, 2011, this time at the Wal-Mart on Route 104 east of downtown Oswego.


2504 is another 2005 D40LF, seen on West Bridge Street in Oswego on May 15, 2005.


2504 was seen again at Wal-Mart on August 1st, 2011.


2505 was spotted on West Bridge Street on May 15, 2005.