Please note that services listed below may have changed temporarily, based on health and safety recommendations regarding COVID-19. Students should monitor their email for the most current information and services available.
Founded by Morrisville Auxiliary Corporation in 2011, Morrisville Area Xpress (MAX) is a campus shuttle service specifically designed to support the commuting needs of SUNY Morrisville students, faculty and staff. MAX is comprised of a variety of services including, but not limited to, daily and after hours shuttles, Shop ’N Ride trips, the Rides for Residents program, and transportation for academic field trips. All MAX Shuttle services are funded by SUNY Morrisville’s transportation fee and are available to students at no additional charge.
Daily Campus Shuttles
MAX Campus Shuttles connect students to dorms, classrooms, barns, and downtown locations like the Copper Turret and Dollar General. Additionally, MAX provides transportation for field trips and campus events.
Service runs throughout the fall and spring semesters with the exception of the college breaks and holidays.
MAX also provides a limited shuttle service to Hancock International Airport in Syracuse and to train stations in Syracuse and Utica during select times throughout the year. Students should check their email for dates and signup deadlines.
Shop 'N Ride
MAX Shop ‘N Ride Shuttles provide students with scheduled trips throughout the academic year to area retailers, malls and shopping centers, and local recreation and entertainment outlets. Weekly trips are available on select days throughout the week. Days and times are shared via email.
- Shopping in Oneida: Walmart, Glenwood Plaza, Oneida MoviePlex
- Shopping in Utica: Walmart, Sangertown Square Mall, Orchard 14 Marquee Cinemas
- Shopping in Hamilton: Price Chopper, Tractor Supply, Dollar Tree
- Shopping in Dewitt and Syracuse: Wegmans, Asian Food Market, African & Caribbean Central Market
MAX Shop ‘N Ride also schedules trips to Destiny USA in Syracuse during the academic year. Preference will be given to those who have not recently attended a weekend shopping trip. Open seats due to rider absence will be offered to any student waiting at the STUAC bus top 15 minutes prior to departure on the day of the shopping trip; there is no waiting list.
There are no shopping trips during scheduled breaks and holidays.
HOW TO SIGN UP
Students can sign up online.
Rides for Residents
MAX Rides for Residents provides free transportation to scheduled non-emergency appointments with a health care provider or other professional during the academic year. Transports are authorized and coordinated by the Student Health Center, the Office of Disability Services, SUNY Morrisville Athletic Trainers or University Police. Requests should be made at least two weeks in advance for scheduling.
Transportation To/From New York City
Megabus travels between SUNY Morrisville and New York City Port Authority on select days throughout the academic year. Tickets can be purchased online at megabus.com.
For Those Visiting Campus
For those visiting campus for an Admissions-related event (Open House, Accepted Student Day, tours, etc.) utilizing local accommodations, a free shuttle to campus is available by giving a seven (7) day notice to the Transportation Office by calling 315.684.6097. Please note, we are unable to take reservations over the weekend. Please provide your name, pick-up location and time.
Buses from Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City travel to the Morrisville Campus most Fridays and Sundays. Tickets can be purchased online.
Lost and Found
To report your lost item, please call 315.684.6097 and tell us the bus route and when you rode the bus. We also need a thorough description of your lost property. All lost items are normally handed into the transportation office when the bus returns at the end of the day. If you have lost something valuable that you urgently need, such as a wallet, purse, or keys please call us right away and we will contact the driver and make it possible for you to meet that bus at one of the route stops.
At the end of the day, found items will be taken to the University Police.
- No smoking is allowed on the bus.
- Beverages must have screw-on lids. No drinks with straws allowed.
- Shirts and shoes must be worn on the bus.
- Safety concerns are at the discretion of the driver.
- Profanity (swearing or cursing) is not allowed.
- No weapons of any kind allowed.
- No boisterous or unruly behavior allowed.
- No littering in or on buses, or at bus stops is allowed.
The above rules are enforced. Violation of rules may result in driver not permitting passenger to board the bus.