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Ithaca Moving Companies
Ithaca might not be too big, but moving in Ithaca can have same challenges as everywhere else. Being a major college town Ithaca experiences seasons of students moving in and out of the town, making it periodically hard to find a good moving company willing to work with your schedule.
Finding a good Ithaca moving company could be crucial for your move to be successful. Start by getting several moving quotes from moving companies serving Ithaca and then research those movers whose rates you liked best to make sure they have good record.
Featured Moving Companies Serving Ithaca:
A family owned and operated New York moving company in the Long Island and surrounding areas. We have been providing quality moving services at affordable prices to Business, Residential and Apartment communities in NY for many years.Member of
Times and equipment may have changed, but the Gouffon tradition of quality moving & storage has remained the same for 119 years. Knoxville, Tennessee area movers.Member of
Continental Van Lines is more than just a mover. Anyone can move your goods from one place to another. Our distinguished niche is our commitment to you. Whether you're moving a small shipment or a large household, our complete focus is on you, delivering top notch service and communication every step of the way.Member of
Other Moving Companies Serving Ithaca
Ithaca is best known for being home to Cornell University, an Ivy League school of over 20,000 students. Ithaca College is located just south of the city in the town of Ithaca, adding to Ithaca’s "college town" focus and atmosphere. Nearby is Tompkins Cortland Community College. These three colleges influence Ithaca's seasonal population. In 2010, the city's population was 30,014, and the metropolitan area had a population of 101,564.
Ithaca lies at over a half hour's drive from any interstate highway, and all car trips to Ithaca involve some driving on two-lane state rural highways. The city is at the convergence of many regional two-lane state highways: Routes 13, 13A, 34, 79, 89, 96, 96B, and 366. These are usually not congested except in Ithaca proper. There is frequent intercity bus service by Greyhound Lines, New York Trailways, and Shortline (Coach USA), particularly to Binghamton and New York City, with limited service to Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse, and (via connections in Binghamton) to Utica and Albany.
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