Beginning on Thursday, April 11, the City of Syracuse Department of Public Works will close Fineview Place between Renwick Avenue and Raynor Avenue in order to fix a water main break. The west campus area can be accessed using Van Buren Street. The Department of Public Works estimates that the work will take five weeks to complete.
We will send additional updates if we receive them from the City of Syracuse. Please follow the posted detour signs.
If you have any questions regarding this work, please contact the Department of Public Works at 315.448.CITY (2489).
For Wednesday and Thursday, April 10 and 11, the Birnie Bus Ainsley shuttles will be out of service.
The Warehouse Express shuttles departing College Place at 12:40 pm and departing the Warehouse at 1:05 pm and 5:30 pm and the James /E. Genesee Street shuttle departing College Place at 5:30 pm will also not be operating during this time.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
If you have any questions please contact our office at 315.443.4652.
Beginning on Friday, March 29, through Friday, May 10, Campus Planning, Design, and Construction (CPDC) will be working on a multi-phase lighting project in the parking lot adjacent to 621 Skytop Road. CPDC has prepared a map outlining each phase.
While the work is being completed, sections of the lot will be coned off at intermittent times and unavailable for parking. We ask that you please park in other areas at Skytop, where space is available. As the work is being completed, parking spaces will become available and parking can resume.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding and flexibility during this time.
Please feel free to contact Parking and Transit Services at 315.443.4652 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Planning on attending Monster Jam on Saturday, April 6? Which parking lots will be available, as well as directions to those lots and frequently asked questions are now available on our Monster Jam page.
Did you know that for your convenience, Centro offers a mobile app which provides real-time bus locations, estimated bus arrival times, the ability to store favorite routes and stops, a “Stops-Near-Me” feature and create customized travel plans. Learn more about the app and how to download it today.
Syracuse University’s comprehensive and efficient shuttle service can take you to locations throughout campus, while safety escorts are available on-call for night-time activities (or any time you’d like added security). And the Connective Corridor makes it easy to get from campus to many of the city’s top destinations.
For a full list of all current shuttles, visit our shuttle page.
Please note that the following is now scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, March 12 and 13.
On Monday, March 11 and Tuesday, March 12, Campus Planning, Design, and Construction (CPDC) will be installing air conditioning units to the roof of Hendricks Chapel. While this work is underway, some parking spaces will be unavailable due to the placement of the crane and vehicles delivering the respective air conditioning units. CPDC has provided a map, for your reference, to understand what areas will be affected.
The majority of this work will take place during regular business hours on Monday. CPDC is anticipating the work to wrap up on Tuesday.
We appreciate your understanding and flexibility during this time and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please feel free to contact Parking and Transit Services at email@example.com or by phone at 315.443.4652 with questions or concerns.
The Centro #240 and Birnie Bus #31 Nob Hill shuttles are presently operating on the following snow route:
From Nob Hill to Campus:
Jamesville Ave. to a right on Vincent Street to a left on Comstock Ave. Stops will be at the corners of Vincent St. and Jamesville Ave. and the corner of Comstock Ave. and E. Colvin Street.
From Campus to Nob Hill:
Comstock Ave. to a right on Vincent Street to a left on Jamesville Ave. Stops will be at the corners of Comstock and E. Colvin Street and the corner of Vincent Street and Jamesville Ave
Additional Centro snow route information can be found on the Centro website at the link below.