Centro operates four separate systems concentrated in the urban areas of the counties served.Each operates based on a hub-and-spoke route system with downtown transfer centers, although efforts have been made in recent years in the Syracuse area to provide direct services between outlying points without requiring passengers to change buses downtown.For a complete schedule of performances please visit Day Now centers around a special visit to Syracuse by Keiko Ogura, a survivor of the nuclear attack on Hiroshima in 1945 and the official a-bomb storyteller for the city.The exhibition examines today’s relevance of the atomic attack on Hiroshima and combines material dating from 1945 drawn from the Everson, Syracuse University Art Galleries, and Syracuse University Special Collections.We value the diversity that is found beyond mainstream identities and relationships. If you are polyamorous, poly curious, poly friendly or poly pending; whether you are a single or part of a tribe; a ‘V’, ‘N’ or ‘W’, you will find like-minded people within our group and in our larger community in New York. A day trip in Upstate New York can lead to all kinds of adventures.Chase waterfalls from Niagara to the gorges of Ithaca to Ausable Chasm in the Adirondacks.
Take a selfie with statues of women's rights legends Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott.There are three ways to stay informed about our events: “You did a really great job with the last discussion. The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (Centro) is the operator of mass transit in Onondaga, Oswego, Cayuga, and Oneida counties in New York state.Initially, Centro operations consisted of the local bus services in each city and private coach lines continued to provide intercity connecting service between the various counties.Although the private firms later received public subsidies, the economics of providing those services gradually declined and most of these routes were taken over by the CNYRTA as noted below.