What is BC Transit's Fixed Route Bus System?
BC Transit's fixed route bus system consists of buses traveling a designed route, serving bus stops along the way at scheduled times.
We use large 40 foot buses on most routes. These buses are capable of transporting large groups of people to and from most locations in the City of Binghamton, Johnson City, Endicott, Endwell, and Vestal. We use smaller buses on certain lower ridership routes.
What things should I know about BC Transit?
B.C. Transit buses are accessible to people who use wheelchairs or other mobility aide devices
The BC Junction is the central transfer point in our modified pulse system
Bicycle racks enhance your mobility around the Triple-Cities
Trying to find a bus stop? We got them all photographed
We go where you go
You can use cash, or passes on all buses on our fixed route system
Guidelines, Etiquette, and Rules
B.C. Transit wants all passengers to have a safe and pleasant ride, and asks all passengers to abide by these policies
How to Ride
Never used B.C. Transit? Not a problem. Here's what you need to do to Ride a City Bus
Lost and Found
Lose something? Call 607.763.4464
Schedules, Routes, Maps & Bus Stop Locations
Print a schedule and find where our bus stops are located
There are times when buses may unexpectedly have to detour. BC Transit will make every effort to keep you informed as service advisories occur.
You can find an address and nearest bus stops on Google Transit
Use B.C. Transit to go to area schools, BOCES, Binghamton University, Broome Community College, Davis College, Elmira Business Institute and other academic locations
Our system map will show you potential routes to take around the area