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Bus Information

Get on the bus!

Taking the bus is a great way to reduce the cost and environmental impact of your commute. Vermont’s ten regional bus companies make up a network designed to help you get around in your community and across the state. All of our Vermont bus companies also provide special services for members of the community that may need a little more help getting around, such as elderly and disabled citizens.

All the info you need to get on board

Never ridden the bus before?

Don’t be afraid to ask questions! Your driver can help you navigate your first few rides and confirm that you’re getting on the right bus, explain how to request a stop, or show you how to place a bicycle in the rack.

Whether traveling locally or across the state, we’ll help you find route maps, rates and fare information, schedules, bus stop locations and more:

Bus Routes & Schedules

local-routes
city-to-city

Call our Q & A Hotline at 800-685-RIDE (7433)

Ask us anything! From determining your best route to finding special services in your area, we are happy to help.

Find your bus in real-time with the Transit App

The Transit App is a real-time bus locator and trip planning tool. Use the all-in-one app to get upcoming departure times for nearby lines and plan your trip across multiple routes. The app works in over 175 cities world-wide and is a simple, reliable way to make your trip easy and predictable.

Learn More about Transit

  • Trip Planner

    Use our Trip Planner to find rides for your daily commute, to the doctor’s, or even your favorite ski resort. Don’t want to drive? No problem! Our trip planner will also show you transit, biking, and walking directions. Start Planning »

Sustainable Travel = Green Rewards

When you choose greener travel options like carpool, vanpool, bus, bike or telecommute, you can earn points to redeem for restaurant coupons, retailer discounts and tickets to shows & attractions. It’s free and easy to do!

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Go! Vermont April 25, 2013