How to get to Binghamton University

Flying:

You can fly directly to the Greater Binghamton Airport. From there you can take a taxi or rent a car.

You can fly to a New York City airport and from there rent a car or take a bus. Drive time is about three hours. You can find information on buses from the companies listed below. (This is not an endorsement or recommendation, merely information.) Tickets range from $11 to $50 depending on the time of travel and how far in advance you make your reservation. All bus companies will deliver you to the Greater Binghamton Transportation Center in downtown Binghamton. From there you can take a taxi. We will be offering shuttle service from the Greater Binghamton Transportation Center and Airport to the conference on Wednesday, July 8th. And from the conference to the Airport and Greater Binghamton Transportation Center on Sunday, July 12th.

Driving Directions to Main Campus

Main campus address to use with Google maps or GPS: 4400 Vestal Parkway, Vestal, NY 13850

Please note: there has been considerable construction in Binghamton and at Binghamton University. There is current freeway and highway construction in Binghamton that can cause minor to significant delays.

From the east (Various options):

Option 1: From Route 81 North take Exit 4N-S toward Binghamton. Drive 0.5 miles and merge onto NY-7 South. Drive 0.3 miles then continue onto NY-363 South/North Shore Drive. After 1.6 miles, merge onto NY-434 West/State Street via the ramp to Vestal. Drive 3.5 miles and turn left into the main entrance of Binghamton University (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

Option 2: From U.S. Route 11 North, drive 8.9 miles then turn left onto State Street. Drive 0.4 miles then continue onto NY-434 West/Vestal Parkway East. Drive 3.2 miles then turn left into the main entrance of Binghamton University (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

Option 3: From NY-7 North/Conklin Road, drive 8.7 miles then take the ramp onto NY-434 West/Vestal Parkway East. Drive 2.9 miles then turn into the main entrance of Binghamton University (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From the north:

From Route 81 South, take Exit 4S to merge onto NY-7 South toward Binghamton. Drive 0.4 miles then continue onto NY-363 South/North Shore Drive. After 1.6 miles merge onto NY-434 West/State Street via the ramp to Vestal. Drive 3.5 miles and turn left into the main entrance.

From the west (this route not affected by blasting slowdowns):

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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

Regular routes that do not avoid the blasting area and may face slowdowns or stopped traffic at certain times of the day include the following:

From metropolitan New York:

Tappan Zee Bridge: Follow Route 87 North, then take the Harriman Exit 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

George Washington Bridge: Follow I-80 West to Route 380 North. Proceed on Route 380 North 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From New Jersey:

Take the 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From southern New England and downstate New York:

Follow 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From northern New England and Albany:

Proceed on 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From the north:

Take 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

From the south:

Follow 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 (Glenn G. Bartle Drive).

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2 thoughts on “How to get to Binghamton University

    1. Diana Gildea Post author

      Hi Steve, I’d like to facilitate this, but I’m not sure what would be the best way. Do you have any suggestions?

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