Local bus transportation is now available at no charge to students, faculty, and staff during the Fall & Spring terms via the Area Transportation Authority (ATA) buses that service the Bradford community. You can ride for free with a valid Pitt-Bradford ID. At the start of the term you may pick up a schedule at the information desk in the Frame-Westerberg Commons, or at Campus Police and Safety.
Additional area travel services:
The Bradford Regional Airport provides flights to the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport via Sun Air Express.
The Buffalo Niagara International Airport is located within a reasonable commute to campus and provides flights through the following airlines: AirTran, American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta, Jet Blue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.
Fullington Tours provides service from Central Pennsylvania to their end point destinations in Pittsburgh, PA, Buffalo, NY, Wilkes-Barre, PA and Harrisburg, PA. Check the Buffalo-DuBois-Pittsburgh Schedule #7158
When in Buffalo, N.Y., use the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, NFTA, to get to the Amtrak Train station or the Airport. The bus station is 0.5 miles or 6 blocks from the Amtrak train station, which is a quick cab ride. (Other options are walking and bus #16A or #36M.)
Bus transportation is also available to select cities through the Oakland campus for Thanksgiving, winter and spring recesses.
Local taxi services:
You can also utilize the Pitt-Bradford 'Ride Board' in the 2nd floor lounge of the Frame Westerberg Commons.