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The Corning-Erwin Area Transit System provides scheduled bus service in the city of Corning, the villages of Gibson, Painted Post and Riverside, and the towns of Corning and Erwin.  First Transit owns and operates the buses, which run from Monday to Friday from 6:30AM until 7:00PM and meet every half hour at the Transportation Center on Tioga Avenue, which is near Centerway Square in downtown Corning.  CEATS also operates a free shuttle from downtown to the Corning Museum of Glass that operates seven days a week starting at 9:00AM.


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18699 is a Ford cutaway van shown waiting for riders at the Transportation Center on Sept. 4, 2008.


10402 is an International 3400 cutaway spotted turning onto Tioga Avenue from Cedar Street on Sept. 4, 2008.



04541 has an El Dorado National Aero Elite body mounted on an International chassis.  This photo was taken when the bus was laying up at the Tioga Avenue transfer point on Sept. 4, 2008.



40009 is a Blue Bird Ultra LF, shown on Cedar Street in downtown Corning on Sept. 4, 2008.  This bus is used as the Corning Museum free shuttle, which operates every fifteen minutes between the Corning Museum of Glass and several other attractions in downtown Corning, including Centerway Square and the Rockwell Museum.


Steuben Area Rides offers rides in other parts of Steuben County, including between Lindley and Corning.  179 is a Ford E-450 cutaway van shown waiting for passengers at the Transportation Center on September 4, 2008.