Central New York Page


Located in the centre of New York State, the Central region is home to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Fort Stanwix in Rome, Oneida Lake near Syracuse and many other attractions for all seasons. The largest city in the area is Syracuse, two hours east of Buffalo, two hours west of Albany, and about 3 hours south of Ottawa. It is the fourth-largest city in the state with a metropolitan population of nearly 485,000. Two other large cities east of Syracuse are both located in Oneida County. The city of Utica, located about 45 minutes east of Syracuse, is home to about 65,000 people, while the city of Rome, fifteen minutes northwest of Utica along the Utica-Rome Expressway, has a population of about 40,000. Also, there are two cities west of Syracuse large enough to support transit systems. Oswego is 30 minutes northwest of Syracuse and is home to 18,000 residents, while Auburn, with a population of 28,000, is located 30 minutes west of Syracuse. Click below to see photos of buses in Onondaga, Cayuga, Oswego and Oneida Counties.


Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (85 photos)

(Centro of Syracuse)


Centro of Oneida (18 photos)


Other Centro Divisions (13 photos)

(Centro of Cayuga and Oswego)


Cortland Transit (7 photos)