The shuttle will begin running at 9:30 a.m. each day, with buses running every half hour, per day, during the fair.
The organization said it decided to reinstate the stop after receiving feedback from customers regarding its initial decision to cut services at ShoppingTown, as well as two other locations, to cut down on wait time.
“After careful consideration, we are pleased to announce the restoration of the ShoppingTown Mall Park-N-Ride location, which provides an option for fairgoers living in the eastern part of Onondaga County,” Centro chief executive officer Rick Lee stated. “Our mission is to transport people in a safe, efficient manner, and our Park-N-Ride system does just that.”
In addition to the The ShoppingTown Park-N-Ride location, there will also be two new stops for fairgoers, one at Long Branch Park in Liverpool, the other at Destiny USA in Syracuse.
The buses will leave every 8 to 10 minutes from Destiny USA, and every 12 to 15 minutes from Long Branch Park.
Visit http://www.centro.org/special-events/ny-state-fair for additional information regarding the Park-n-Ride services at the fair.