Syracuse, New York – In an effort to accommodate essential workers, Centro adds service to its previously announced plan to operate on a Saturday service schedule as of Monday April 13, 2020. The decision to reduce the service is necessary because Centro is no longer operating with full staff due to the COVID-19 emergency.
During the week, Centro will operate on an improved Saturday schedule, which is a normal Saturday service plus additional early morning trips on several of its bus lines. These trips are:
Route 36 Camillus
- 2 trips from Camillus Commons for the Hub at 5:35 am and 6:55 am
- 1 trip from the Transit Hub at 6:20 am
Route 58 Park Hill
- 1 trip from Weighlock Dr to the Hub (Carrier Parkway) at 5:33 a.m.
Route 64 West Onondaga
- 1 trip from Price Chopper for the Hub at 5:57 am
Route 374 Solvay
- 1 trip leaving canton 5 for the crossroads at 5:35 a.m.
Route 126 South Ave – Hospital
- 1 trip from the community hospital for the crossroads at 5:52 a.m.
Route 116 North Salina
- 1 trip leaving Elwood Davis Dr and Buckley Rd for the Hub at 5:40 am
Route 80 Grant Blvd
- 1 trip from Shop City to the Hub at 5:52 a.m.
Route 240 SU-Nob Hill
- 1 trip from Nob Hill Apartments for the Hub at 5:40 am
In force on Monday April 13, 2020 The calendar for Centro Syracuse (Onondaga County) will work as follows:
Monday Friday Saturday Sunday
Improved Saturday schedule Regular Saturday schedule Regular Sunday schedule
All services between Oswego and Syracuse All services between Auburn and Syracuse
- Stopped until further notice Stopped until further notice
Centro Call-A-Bus and Senior Shopper buses will continue to operate without change in all countries.
Additionally, The center’s call center will reopen on Monday, April 13, 2020. Customer service representatives will answer remote calls between 6:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For assistance, call (315) 442-3400. Centro’s offices, including its Lost & Found department, will remain closed to the general public until further notice.
All bus services will continue to operate for FREE for ALL customers until further notice, and passengers will continue to board and exit buses through the rear doors whenever possible.
The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (Centro) is the public transportation provider for Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga and Oswego counties. Centro’s mission is to provide its customers with safe, practical, reliable and environmentally friendly services in order to maximize the return on investment for taxpayers.