Transportation Resources

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Rail service to Vermont. The Vermonter stops in Randolph, Essex Junction (Burlington) and St Albans (Jay Peak), Waterbury, Montpelier, and White River Jct. (Lebanon-Hanover, NH). The Ethan Allen Express stops in Rutland and Castleton VT. Service begins on July 19th, 2021, after a hiatus due to the COVIOD-19 pandemic.

Reservations & Customer Service
Ph: 1-800-USA-RAIL | 1-800-872-7245
International Visitors: +1 215 856 7924
Group Travel Requests: 1-800-872-1477
Amtrak Guest Rewards: 1-800-307-5000
Amtrak Vacations: 1-800-AMTRAK-2
TTY: 1-800-523-6590

Green Mountain Transit
Service for the special needs of transit dependent citizens including seniors, persons with disabilities, low-income residents and the general public.
6088 VT Route 12
Berlin, VT 05602
Ph: (802) 223-7287, Vermont Relay Service (711)
Ph; (802) 864-2282, general comments, concerns
Effective Jan 4th: MyRide GMT is a request-based, flexible rideshare service. See document below.

Greyhound Bus Lines
Has routes through New England: only stops in Vermont is Montpelier.

TriValley Transit
Formerly called Stagecoach, this local bus service serves Orange and Northern Windsor counties. The 89er North stops at the Northfield Park & Ride (Rte 64 near Exit 5 of I-89). Click here for additional routes.

Trailways Bus Lines
Stops in several cities in Vermont. Click here for a list of cities and towns, schedules and to purchase tickets.

VT TransLines (buses)
Connecting people and places like UVM, Dartmouth, AMTRAK, and Albany Airport. Includes the Vermont Shires Connector; connecting New York-Bennington VT-Manchester VT. Vermont Bus Routes.
Ph: (844) 888-7267

Vermont Railways
Website for all the rail freight lines in Vermont.

VT Agency of Transportation
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) plans, develops, implements, and manages a statewide transportation network – including roads, bridges, railroads, airports, park-and-rides, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and public transportation facilities and services.
Regional Road conditions: 5-1-1
Road Construction projects
Road Construction Reports (updates weekly)

VT Dept. of Motor Vehicles
Vermont state website for motor vehicles. Has a range of online services available. List of VT DMV locations.
General Information
Phone: (802) 828-2000
Toll-Free: (888) 998-3766
TTY/TDD: 711 or 1-800-253-0191
Fax: 802 828-2098 (located in Montpelier Call Center)
Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:45am-4:30pm

Newly arrived in Vermont?
You must obtain a Vermont Driver License upon establishing residency in this state. This must be done no longer than 60 days after moving to Vermont or, if your out-of-state license expires before the end of this 60-day period, you must obtain a Vermont Driver License before it expires (whichever occurs first).