Parking Information

Parking Information

Free parking and shuttles will be provided from a variety of parking lots.

Upon arrival to the campus from Route 96B, follow signs and the directions of the staff who will direct you to available parking spaces for Ed Tech Day. As lots fill up the staff will adjust the signs and direct you to the appropriate locations. There will be free shuttle service, although some of the lots that we will be using are within a 10 minute or less walking distance of the Campus Center should you wish to walk. 

To avoid a ticket, please be sure to only park in the lots designated for Ed Tech Day parking. There will be plenty of signs and people to guide you.

Not familiar with the Ithaca College campus - Click here for the Ithaca College campus map. 

Driving Directions

From the New York City Area

Follow Route 17 (soon to be I-86) west to Binghamton and take I-81 north to exit 8 at Whitney Point. Follow Route 79 west into Ithaca. At T-intersection turn left onto Route 96B (Aurora Street) and follow 96B south for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

From Albany and New England

Follow the New York State Thruway (I-90) west to I-88 (exit 25A). Take I-88 west to Bainbridge (exit 8) and then Route 206 to Whitney Point. Pick up Route 79 west to Ithaca. At T-intersection turn left onto Route 96B (Aurora Street) and follow 96B south for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

From Rochester and Buffalo

Follow the New York State Thruway (I-90) east to exit 41 at Waterloo. (Do not follow the signs that direct you to Ithaca via Geneva.) Turn right after the toll booth (onto Route 414 south), then left at the red light (onto Route 318 east). Follow Route 318 east several miles. At the T-intersection turn left, then a quick right onto Route 89 to Ithaca. Pick up Route 13 south in Ithaca. After passing Green Street, move into the far left lane and go straight onto Route 96B (Clinton Street). Turn right onto Aurora Street (still 96B) and continue for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

From Eastern Pennsylvania and Points South

Take I-81 north to Whitney Point (exit 8). Pick up Route 79 west to Ithaca. At T-intersection turn left onto Route 96B (Aurora Street) and follow 96B south for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

Important Notice: Major road construction is planned for Route 17 and I-81 near the city of Binghamton. Please be aware of reduced speed zones, lane shifts or closures, and possible delays. Up-to-date information is available by calling 511 or visiting www.511ny.org.

From Erie, Pennsylvania, and Points West

Follow I-86 east to exit 54 and take Route 13 north into Ithaca. Turn right onto Route 96B (Clinton Street) and continue to Aurora Street. Turn right onto Aurora Street (still 96B) and continue for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

From Syracuse and Points North

Follow I-81 south to Cortland (exit 12). Take Route 281 south to Route 13 south to Ithaca. After passing Green Street, move into the far left lane and go straight onto Route 96B (Clinton Street). Turn right onto Aurora Street (still 96B) and continue for approximately one mile. The campus will be on your left.

Other Ways to Arrive

By Bus

Several bus companies have routes that include stops in Ithaca: Greyhound Lines, ShortLine Coach USA, Trailways of New York, and Chenango Valley Bus Lines. The station is approximately 2.5 miles from the Ithaca College campus.

By Air

Ithaca-Tompkins Regional Airport

  • 1 Culligan Dr.

Delta, American Airlines, and United Airlines all fly out of and into the Ithaca area. Visit flyithaca.com for more information.

Syracuse Hancock International Airport

  • 1000 Colonel Eileen Collins Blvd., Syracuse, NY 13212

The airport is just outside the City of Syracuse, which is itself about a 90 minute drive from Ithaca. Visit flysyracuse.com for more information.

By Train

William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center

  • 1 Walsh Circle, Syracuse, NY 13208

This transportation hub is served by Amtrak rail service. Bus lines include Greyhound Lines, Trailways of New York, and Megabus.

Accommodations

Local Accommodations

For information about local accommodations, including hotels, restaurants, and things to do, check out Visit Ithaca, NY, the official tourism site for the region.

All Gender Restrooms

he all gender restroom closest to the Ed Tech Day activities is located down the hallway between the Men’s room and the Ithaca Falls Meeting room on the main floor of the campus center. Another all gender restroom is located at the front of the Clark Lounge meeting room. Both will be marked with signs during the event.