Public feedback sought for LINK Express service between Middlebury and Burlington

Public feedback sought for LINK Express service between Middlebury and Burlington

Middlebury, Vermont…Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) invites public feedback on proposed changes to LINK Express public transit service between Middlebury and Burlington.  Weekday commuter runs on the Middlebury LINK will transition from GMT to TVT buses, and service will originate in Middlebury.  Proposed changes will take effect on July 1st and public feedback will be considered thru June 10th. 

TVT has worked with GMT and CATMA to make the LINK transition as smooth as possible for existing and returning riders.  Most stop and departure times will remain the same except for morning southbound runs from Burlington.  Public feedback will inform if there is sustaining ridership demand to bring back the second morning and evening commuter runs that were suspended during the pandemic.

On June 10th TVT will host a virtual public meeting at 10:00am and then repeat the same content at 6:00pm for those who could not attend in the morning.  The meeting link is posted in Tri-Valley Transit’s website “News” www.trivalleytransit.org or directly accessed via https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/149986237  or by dialing in 408-650-3123, access code 149-986-237. 

Members of the public are also welcomed to provide written feedback by June 10th via:
             e-mail -        [email protected],
    regular mail —        TVT, 297 Creek Road, Middlebury, VT 05753
    brief survey —        https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MiddLINK