COVID-19 Transportation Updates
Information on how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting transportation
Here at Go! Vermont we know that transportation is one of the many necessities that has been affected by COVID-19 and we must all take precautions to make sure everyone stays safe and limits the spread. If you are sick, stay home. Practice social distancing in all forms of transportation, whether that’s riding the bus, biking or walking. Stay updated on virus-related news to know what measures and precautions are being taken locally.
- Vermont Department of Health COVID-19 Updates
Information on Vermont’s public health response to the outbreak with daily updates on the spread and what to do if you think you are infected.
- CDC Guide to Masks
Effective February 2, 2021, masks are required on all forms of public transportation and transportation hubs such as airports and stations.
- We're here to help! Call 800-685-RIDE (7433)
If you have any questions about your transportation options or need a ride, please call our help line at 800-685-7433.
- Download guide for using public transit during COVID-19 pandemic
Click the link above to download Go! Vermont’s “Guide for Using Public Transit During the COVID-19 Pandemic”. The link will take you to a shareable and printable PDF resource to help you navigate using public transit safely and effectively.
- Updates from your Bus Provider:
Please see the below links for updates from the bus providers in your areas.
Green Mountain Community Network Inc
Rural Community Transportation
Rutland County and Manchester (Bennington County)
Marble Valley Regional Transit District
Upper Valley including Hanover and Lebanon
Wardsboro, Wilmington, Whitingham, Halifax, Dover and Readsboro
Southeast Vermont Transit—The Moover Division
Windham and Southern Windsor Counties
Southeast Vermont Transit—The Current Division