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Cortland Transit provides bus service in the city of Cortland and the towns of Cortlandville and Homer, operating six routes from Monday to Friday on a half-hour schedule.The buses meet at the main transfer point on Central Avenue in front of the County Office Building.The actual operation of the bus service is contracted out to First Transit Inc., which provides a fleet of lift-equipped cutaway buses for use in scheduled and dial-a-ride service throughout Cortland County.In all, Cortland Transit provides services to about 30,000 residents.

 

All photos are by the webmaster.

 

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64914 is a Ford E-450 cutaway bus shown at Cortland Transitís main transfer point on Central Avenue on Sept. 5, 2008.This bus is powered by a V10 gasoline engine.

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20362 is a Ford E-450 minibus with an Aerotech body, spotted in front of the County Office Building on Sept. 5, 2008.These air-conditioned diesel buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts and are used on most of Cortland Transitís bus routes.

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20363 is another Ford E-450 cutaway bus, seen at the Central Avenue transfer point on Sept. 5, 2008.

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20364 is shown boarding riders at the Central Avenue transfer point on Sept. 5, 2008.

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20365 has just left the main transfer point and is shown on Central Avenue on Sept. 5, 2008.

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20365 was spotted again waiting for passengers on Central Avenue in front of the County Office Building on Sept. 5, 2008.

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78395 is a Blue Bird bus, shown in front of the County Office Building on Central Avenue in Cortland on Sept. 5, 2008.Not part of Cortland Transit, the Campus Connector bus service connects the city with Cornell University in nearby Ithaca.

 

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