The Connective Corridor is a community-wide effort to link together the diverse array of cultural offerings Syracuse provides. Beginning at Syracuse University and ending in Armory Square, the corridor serves as a way for Syracuse residents and students to enjoy the numerous cultural venues offered in the area. Three of Syracuse’s major universities and more than 20 of its cultural venues are linked by the corridor, including the Lowe Art Gallery, Setnor Auditorium, the Community Folk Art Center, and Syracuse Stage. Many highlights of Downtown Syracuse are located on the corridor as well, including the Erie Canal Museum, the Everson Museum of Art, the Landmark Theatre, the Museum of Science and Technology, the Oncenter Complex (which includes the Civic Center, War Memorial and Convention Center), the Redhouse, and the Warehouse, home to SU’s School of Visual and Performing Arts. The Connective Corridor shuttle service is provided by Syracuse University between these areas during the school year. Walkways and bicycle paths also link the locations.