CENTRO to reduce its service levels amid the current COVID-19 emergency ‘Effective Monday, April 6, 2020’


Syracuse, NY – Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020 Centro will commence a plan to reduce its service levels amid the current COVID-19 emergency. The changes will come in two phases.

Effective Monday, April 6, 2020

The following bus lines will be discontinued until further notice:

Onondaga County                 Cayuga County                                               Oswego County

323 Minoa                                  8 Moravia                                              246 Oswego-Syracuse via Fulton
84 Henry Clay                          236 Auburn-Syracuse via Skaneateles Camillus
510 Tully                                   138 Auburn-Syracuse via Skaneateles Taunton
82 Baldwinsville                     38 Auburn-Syracuse via Weedsport Elbridge
88 North Syracuse
388 Central Square

Effective Monday, April 13, 2020

Centro buses in Syracuse (Onondaga County) will operate the following schedules:

Monday through Saturday                            Sunday

Saturday Schedule                                       Sunday Schedule

 Call-A-Bus and Senior Shopper bus service will remain unchanged in all counties.

All other bus routes will continue to operate as usual unless noted above in the county listings.

Bus services will continue to operate free of charge to all customers until further notice, and customers will continue to be required 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 safe, convenient, reliable, and environmentally responsible services to its clients with a goal of maximizing the taxpayers’ return on investment.