All transportation services are supported by the transportation fee; therefore, require no additional cost for use.
Funded by the college’s transportation fee, the NFTA CRAM (College Riders Accessing Metro) Pass program provides students with unlimited access to the NFTA Metro Bus and Rail System. Details regarding the routes and schedules may be found at the NFTA website. A CRAM Pass, along with a current SUNY Erie photo ID card, is required to use this service. CRAM Passes may be picked up at the designated locations (located on the left) around the 3rd week of classes. Starting the first day of classes, student ID’s may be used as a complimentary bus pass.
Your commute is important to you, and it’s important to us. That’s why SUNY Erie Community College has joined Go Buffalo Niagara, a transportation program that helps you travel to and from school or work with ease. Download the brochure for more info.
Blue-light emergency phones at various outdoor locations on campus.
Shuttle bus service is available to transport students between SUNY Erie’s three campuses, when classes are in session during the spring and fall semesters. Take advantage of this free service to attend athletic events, pursue classes at another campus, work-study, or get involved in Student Government! Download the campus shuttle schedule.
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All eligible SUNY Erie community members will be issued a Vehicle Registration Permit upon the completion of vehicle registration and the payment of the required fee(s), if applicable. The Vehicle Registration Permit must be clearly displayed, hanging from the rearview mirror. The permit number must be visible.Parking is prohibited at all times on the roadways (except as posted), sidewalks, lawns, grounds, lanes, and throughways of parking areas. The College may have illegally parked vehicles towed away at the owner’s expense. All unpaid parking tickets, towing charges, and storage costs will be the responsibility of the owner and must be paid before the vehicle is released. SUNY Erie’s city campus parking lot locations are reserved for SUNY Erie students only. Faculty, staff, and visitors attending programs or meetings at SUNY Erie are welcomed, but unfortunately, free parking is unavailable through the College. For your safety, all affiliates must have identification. SUNY Erie ID cards or event/program confirmations are required.Parking rules and regulations are subject to change for certain campus events, special occasions, and emergencies. Restrictions will be posted by the College Safety Office and will be strictly enforced.For additional information on vehicle registration, permits, permanent or temporary handicapped parking permits, parking policies, parking fines, parking penalties, and liabilities, please reference the Official Compilation of Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the State University of New York, Section 560.3 -Campus Rules and Regulations [8 CRR-NY 560.3NY-CRR]