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Directions

Directions

Car, bus or air, it's easy to get here!

Binghamton University is located in the Southern Tier of upstate New York, just one mile west of the city of Binghamton and a short drive from major urban centers in New York and neighboring states. The University is about 1 hour from Ithaca, 1.5 hours from Syracuse, 2.5 hours from Albany, 3 hours from Rochester or New York City, 4.5 hours from Buffalo and just a few hours from Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Driving directions are below. A number of bus companies serve the area, and the Binghamton Regional Airport provides major airline service.

 

 

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Directions


Getting here by car

From metropolitan New York:

From New Jersey:

New Jersey Turnpike North to Route 280 West, then take I-80 West to Route 380 North. Proceed to I-81 North to Route 17 West. Take Route 17 West to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right

From southern New England and downstate New York:

NYS Thruway (90) to Exit 16 to Route 17 West. Continue on Route 17 West to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

From northern New England and Albany:

I-88 West to I-81 South to Route 17 West to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

From the west:

Follow Route 17 East to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

From the north:

I-81 South to Route 17 West to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

From the south:

I-81 North to Route 17 West, then take Route 17 West to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

Getting here by bus

Two bus companies serve the Binghamton area. Greyhound and Short Line.

Getting here by air

The Greater Binghamton Airport offers the closest air access. Other choices are Syracuse Hancock International Airport or Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport.

To get to the University from the Greater Binghamton Airport, exit the main drive onto Airport Road. Go eight miles south to Route 17 West. Travel west on Route 17 to Exit 70 South. Follow Route 201 and the Binghamton University signs, crossing bridge to Route 434 East. The main entrance to campus is your first right.

 

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated: 10/13/10