Modes of Transportation
Need a Ride? We can help! The Vermont Public Transportation Association is expanding economic opportunity and improving community life for Vermonters by providing and promoting transportation services so that you can get to your jobs, schools, medical services, and social functions.
Park and Ride
There are many formal and informal parking areas that serve our local communities as Park and Rides. Find the closest Park and Ride Locations to you
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
The eastern head of the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail begins at 543 Main Street in St. Johnsbury. Though the 93 mile trail is not yet completed, this local trailhead spans 15.4 miles to West Danville. There are two additional trail sections open in Lamoille and Franklin Counties, totaling 33 miles of the trail available for recreational use. Construction on the remaining 60 miles will continue in order to complete the trail from Swanton to St. Johnsbury. For more information please visit the LVRT website. Trail Section Maps are also available.
Carpool / Vanpool 101
Register and become part of the Go Vermont database—it’s full of Vermonters looking to share a ride. As a regular commuter, you can cut your cost of commuting by 10% if you share just one ride per week with one other person!
Rural Community Transportation
RCT is a non-profit transportation provider throughout the Northeast Kingdom. They provide 9 total free routes for the public to access important areas that may be out of reach depending on their transportation needs and health. Shuttle maps and schedules are available, as well as more information on the RCT website.