Greater Brockport Transportation Data
Greater Brockport is an area located about 18 miles west of Rochester and 40 miles east of Buffalo in the western portion of New York State. At heart of the area is the Village of Brockport. One of Greater Brockport's greatest strengths is its strategic location: the area is located within 500 miles of one-third of the U.S. and Canadian population. This includes major cities such as New York City, Hartford, Boston, Ottawa, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Cinncinati, Columbus, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washinton, D.C., and Richmond and Norfolk, Va.
Brockport's location provides companies easy access to these markets thanks to its close proximity to major state highways and the U.S. Interstate system with the New York State Thruway (I-90) just 14 miles away and Interstate 390 less than 15 miles.
Greater Rochester International Airport covers an area of 1,136 acres (460 ha) at an elevation of 559 feet (170 m) above mean sea level. It has three runways:
● Runway 4/22: 8,001 x 140 ft. (2,439 x 43 m), Surface: Concrete
● Runway 7/25: 4,000 x 100 ft. (1,219 x 30 m), Surface: Asphalt
● Runway 10/28: 6,000 x 150 ft. (1,676 x 46 m), Surface: Asphalt
All of the airports runways are equipped with a Category II Instrument Landing System (ILS). In 2011, runway 10/28 was expanded to handle the airport's MD88, 717, and 737-300, 737-700 traffic.
For the 12-month period ending December 31, 2006, the airport had 137,601 aircraft operations, an average of 376 per day: 43% general aviation, 34% air taxi, 21% scheduled commercial and 3% military. At that time there were 94 aircraft based at this airport: 68% single-engine, 17% multi-engine and 15% jet. Flights to cities such as Boston, New York and Washington, D.C., are less than 1½ hours by air.
Greater Rochester International Airport has a cargo terminal in the northwest corner of the airfield. The terminal is operated by USAirports. This terminal consists of three cargo buildings, two hangars, and USAirports' three-story headquarters administrative building. The cargo terminal handles:
● ABX Air
● Capital Cargo International Airlines
● Other non-FedEx cargo carriers
Federal Express operates its own cargo terminal on the southern border of the airport that handles FedEx Express.
Ledgedale Airpark is a public use airport located three miles southwest of the Village of Brockport. Categorized as a "reliever airport," Ledgedale Airpark covers an area of 166 acres and has one runway designated 10/28 with an asphalt surface measuring 4,204 by 75 feet (1,281 x 23 m). For the 12-month period ending Sept. 30, 2009, the airport had 14,000 aircraft operations, an average of more than 38 per day: 96% general aviation and (13,400) and 4% military (600). At that time there were 38 aircraft based at the Airpark: 100% single-engine.
Rochester is also accessible by rail. The region has more than 60 weekly Amtrak passenger rail departures from downtown. For commercial needs, Rochester has three Class 1 carriers: CSX, Norfolk Southern and Canadian Pacific. The routes handle up to 60 trains per day.
The average commute time for those in Greater Brockport is a low 20.9 minutes, which is in keeping with the Greater Rochester region's average of 20.3. minutes. Nearly three out of every four Brockport commuters travel alone in a vehicle to work while more than 11 percent walk. Very few (0.2%) rely upon public transportation.
|Workers 16 years and over||9,429||100%|
|Car, truck, or van - drove alone||7,023||74.5%|
|Car, truck, or van - carpooled||941||10.0%|
|Public transportation (excluding taxicab)||19||0.2%|
|Worked at Home||245||2.6%|
|Mean travel time to work (minutes)||20.9||(X)|
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The region's short commutes save time, save money, and improve workforce productivity. In fact, Kiplinger named Rochester the Best City in the U.S. for Commuters. This ranking was based on the city's low congestion cost (a measurement of wasted time and fuel calculated by the Texas Transportation Institute) along with average length of commute, local gas prices, yearly delays per commuter and public transit use.
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