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Binghamton New York

Binghamton is the county seat of Broome County, New York, and lies in the state's Southern Tier region near the Pennsylvania border at the confluence of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers. The principal city and cultural center of the Greater Binghamton metropolitan area, Binghamton has a population as of the 2010 census of 47,376. Nearly 250,000 people reside the the Greater Binghamton metropolitan area, also known as the "Triple Cities".

Greater Binghamton is home to Binghamton University, a driving force in the community as an academic, athletic, and arts center. Binghamton's major employers are Lockheed-Martin, BAE Systems. and Rockwell Collins in the aerospace industry; Endicott Interconnect, IBM, Universal Instruments, Conklin, and McIntosh Laboratories in the high-tech industry.

The largest employers in education are Binghamton University, Broome Community College, and Dickinson Clinical Campus of Upstate Medical University at the Greater Binghamton Health Center.

The majority of the city's population and development lies along the rolling terrain nearest the riverbanks with sparse development in the hills that define the city limits. Currently, Binghamton encompasses seven neighborhoods; Center City, the Westside, the Southside, the Eastside, the Northside, the First Ward and Ely Park.

Binghamton is known for its bicycling and walking clubs, facilities, and trails. The Downtown and Northside River Walk is an urban trail starting at the Confluence and travels up the Chenango river, past the Martin Luther King, Jr. Promenade, Noyes Island with its large power station, and ending at Cheri A. Lindsey Park.

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42° 5' 37.5504" N, 75° 54' 54.8172" W
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