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Move Together NY’s (MTNY) primary goal is to support regional mobility management projects, and improve cross-county transportation access, particularly in rural areas.  We do this largely by gathering information from a wide range of stakeholders, identifying gaps, common problems, and strategizing to create collaborative, regionally focused transportation solutions.

For more information about the project and work completed this far, visit our Project Status Page

The Move Together Project grew out of the Regional Transportation Study, which was carried out in 2013, to develop a deeper regional understanding of existing transportation options and unmet needs.  


Access research reports, maps, and data for the Appalachian Region

News on the Move

Coming Soon...

A Bus Route Connecting Schuyler Hospital  with Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca via Route 79.

Use this online tool to explore transit system coverage as related to employment and medical centers across the region.

A comprehensive guide to Volunteer Driver programs created by the Institute for Human Services

Click here to view and download county fact sheets.

About the Project

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Regional Map - Updated Region

Geographic Scope

The core Move Together NY Counties were based on a 2013 Regional Transportation Study.  Currently, our active partnering counties are Chemung, Cortland, Schuyler, Steuben and Tioga  Counties.


Based on interest from partners in nearby counties, and the location of important regional medical centers, the Move Together project also collaborates with partners in:

Monroe, Seneca, Cayuga, Broome, Onondaga, Chenango, Otsego and Delaware Counties.

Regional Transportation and Mobility Call 9AM the third Thursday of each month

Contact to join the call.

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