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Transportation

Methods of transportation available on campus:

Standard Bus Service: Campus bus shuttle service is available to all students, faculty and staff. Schedules with year-round routes and timetables are available from the Department of Parking and Transportation Services.

Para-transit: The Para-transit service utilizes a small, wheelchair-equipped van that provides building to building service from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Contact SASC to schedule this service in advance. Click here for Special Transportation Services.

SASC staff continually seeks to identify and remove physical or programmatic barriers that impede the progress of individuals with disabilities. Students are asked to inform SASC of any accessibility problems they encounter on campus including facility problems such as broken doors and elevators. The President's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advisory Committee is concerned with these issues, particularly the Accessibility Sub-committee. Each year, a member of STAC (Students Towards an Accessible Campus) is welcomed on the committee to assure student representation.

Should you be interested in requesting Special Transportation Services, please contact the Student Accessibility Support Center.

Stony Brook University individuals who require Special Transportation Services in order to travel to/from the following Suffolk Transit Connection destinations may request such services through Suffolk County Accessible Transportation (SCAT) Services at (631) 738-1150 (voice) or (631) 981-0104 (TTY);

NYS Route 25A / Bennetts Road (Setauket)
NYS Route 25A / Gnarled Hollow Road (East Setauket)
Port Jefferson Village
Smith Haven Mall (near Dick's Sporting Goods)
NYS Route 347 & Hallock Road
Coventry Mall

For more information regarding Stony Brook University Transportation, please visit http://www.stonybrook.edu/transportation/

ACCESSIBILITY AND MOBILITY

SASC staff continually seeks to identify and remove physical or programmatic barriers that impede the progress of individuals with disabilities. Students are asked to inform SASC of any accessibility problems they encounter on campus including facility problems such as broken doors and elevators. The President's Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Advisory Committee is concerned with these issues, particularly the Accessibility Sub-committee. Each year, a member of STAC (Students Towards an Accessible Campus) is welcomed on the committee to assure student representation.

 

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