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Fares Resume May 20!

Green Mountain Transit fares are returning to all local urban and LINK/Commuter routes on May 20. Here’s what you need to know: Fare Resumption (


Riding the bus is a cost-effective and convenient way to get to work and around town. It eases the stress, and is a safe, reliable alternative to driving. You can catch up on reading, rest or work while on the bus, not to mention the environmental impact made by taking one more car off the road.

Even just one day a week can make a difference!


Benefits of riding transit

Resources for Commuting by Bus

Download Transit App (real-time bus info on your smart phone)
GMT Routes & Schedules

Tri-Valley Transit serves Addison, Orange and Northern Windsor counties in Vermont. Check their site for an updated schedule.

All GMT buses are equipped with easy to use bike racks that hold two bikes. Learn more and a step by step guide to getting your bike on the bus.

Three different ways to plan your commute. Use the Transit App. Use the Trip Planner Tool. Contact CATMA, we’ll walk you through planning your commute.

Resources for Traveling by Bus Outside Vermont

Vermont’s bus network connects you to more cities than ever before, including NYC, Boston and Montreal.

Vermont Translines, Megabus and Greyhound service the Burlington area.

For more services around Vermont…Routes Outside Vermont – Go! Vermont (

(844) 888-7267

City-to-City routes include service from Burlington to Albany, NY via Bennington and Rutland, as well as service between Rutland and White River Junction, and on to Hanover, NH, with connections to Greyhound Lines, Inc.

New! The Vermont Shires Connector, a twice-daily shuttle service connecting the Manchester and Bennington areas of Vermont, known as The Shires, to New York City, via the Albany-Rensselaer Amtrak station in New York. Whether you’re flying, taking the train, or a bus… Vermont Shires Connector will get you there. If traveling by train, connection to the Shires of Vermont is included! Watch this video to learn more.

Please call the number above or visit the Vermont Translines website for more details or information.

1-877-GO2-MEGA (877-462-6342)

Daily express bus service from Burlington, with city connections to Montpelier and Boston. Call their toll free number or visit their website for detailed route information or fares.

1-800-229-9424 (toll-free)

Service to communities throughout Vermont, including new service from Brattleboro / Bellows Falls to Boston! Call the number above or visit their website, for detailed route information or fares.

Quick Tips on Riding the Bus

GMT’s “How To Ride”

Find your bus in real-time with the Transit App

Download Here