At Central New York Transport Service Corporation, we are focused on providing shuttling services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction & we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
Our prestigious Mercedes-Benz Sprinters seat 14 passengers per vehicle with high extended ceilings and comfortable personal space for each individual. Bucket seats, large tinted windows, DVD monitors and a smooth ride make travelling a pleasure. Ample baggage space for luggage, skis and packages make your trips versatile and convenient.
Smaller vehicles are available upon request.
Whatever your destination, we promise to do what it takes to get you there, safely, conveniently with friendly service, reliability and a touch of style.
Many of our clients have preferred our shuttle services to visit the following popular destinations or for some of the listed past-times:
- Cooperstown, James Fenimore Cooper Museum, Farmer's Museum, National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Ommegang Brewery, and surrounding restaurants;
- Old Forge excursions to the Enchanted Forest Water Safari (a favorite for children), pontoon boat rentals, local parks and attractions;
- Lake Placid, Lake George, Whiteface Mountain, Gore Mountain, Hunter Mountain, Catskill lodge visits, camping, sporting and ski trips;
- Crossgates Mall in Albany, Carousel Mall in Syracuse, Woodbury Commons (outskirts of NYC) Lee Premium Outlets and other favorites for shopping;
- Syracuse and Albany airports;
- Howe Caverns, Secret Caverns, Glimmerglass State Park;
- Turning Stone Casino;
- SixFlags Great Escapte;
- Corporate meetings, conferences, business travel;
- Family outings.
In the past, we had regular weekly commutes from the Central and Upstate New York area to Manhattan every Friday and Sunday. Shuttles would leave at 3:00 PM and be in Manhattan (Metropolitan Museum of Art on 5th Avenue) around 7:30 PM to drop people off for the weekend. At 8:00 PM, the same shuttle would leave back upstate with a new group from New York City wishing to visit upstate for the weekend.
Sundays, the same schedule would follow. This would allow people who went up on Friday to return back on a Sunday. Such arrangements helped people avoid the hassles of commuting, auto-rentals, bus and train travels, tolls, parking and other cumbersome logistics.
Although very popular, this particular service has been temporarily discontinued. An announcement will follow if services resume with this route in the future.
We are now growing and developing new options for our ever-increasing client base, so please be sure to visit us again.