In a large, rural county like Steuben, reliable transportation to work, medical appointments, shopping, and social/recreational activities can be challenging for anyone without a personal vehicle. We strive to improve transportation services through operation of the Steuben County Transit System with our partners at First Transit, and collaboration with other public transportation providers county-wide.
Steuben County Transportation System
The Steuben County Transportation System is the public transportation service dedicated to providing safe, convenient and affordable transportation within Steuben County.
Need a Ride
Need a Ride assists residents in developing solutions to transportation barriers in Steuben County. Areas of service include Corning Erwin Area Transit, Hornell Area Transit, Steuben Area Rides, Steuben County Transit, Chemung County Transit, and Schuyler County Transit.
Institute for Human Services (IHS)
The IHS was established in 1984, with Helpline as one of its primary programs - connecting people with available services through information and referral. - IHS offers Bus Transit Services, Carpooling Programs, and Medical Transportation.
Southern Tier Rideshare
Southern Tier Rideshare helps commuters find smart travel options.
New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT)
NYSDOT offers travel-related information, including bike, hike, and water trails.
They are also working to create communities where walking and cycling are safe alternatives for getting to work or appointments or for enjoying the outdoors and getting some exercise.
Steuben County Conference & Visitor Bureau
The Steuben County Conference and Visitor Bureau offers local travel information for outdoor enthusiasts - including biking, hiking, and water trails.
Finger Lakes Trail
The Finger Lakes Trail is a footpath for hikers which crisscross 140 miles of beautiful and remote areas of Steuben County.