If you are sick, please follow these basic guidelines to keep from spreading illness to others:-Stay at home and do not ride the bus if sick-Avoid touching your nose, eyes and mouth-Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and immediately discard-Disinfect and clean frequently touched surfaces Please…
Click here to access Go! Vermont's posted on how to use public transit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effective May 2, 2020 until further notice: Per the Governor’s Executive Order, all passengers riding public transportation in the state of Vermont will be required to wear a cloth face covering.
Click Here to Learn How to Wear Cloth Face CoveringsCloth face coverings should—• fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face• be secured with ties or ear loops• include multiple layers of fabric• allow for breathing without restriction• be able to be laundered and machine dried without damage…
Green Mountain Transit has extended their fare free service until further notice. To stay updated with GMT, click here.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has great information regarding the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Click here to learn more.
Burlington Electric Department and Green Mountain Transit unveiled the first two electric buses for the state of Vermont! Click here to learn more about this exciting new technology.
Although it wont be until 2022 before Rutland sees its first electric buses, we think it will be well worth the wait! Click here to learn more about this exciting news for Marble Valley Regional Transit District (MVRTD aka The Bus!)
Lend an ear and listen to Brave Little State on VPR to learn about how Vermonters can drive less! To listen to this episode click here.
It will take a two-year pilot test for the Green Mountain State to determine whether or not electric school buses can handle Vermont's roads and mountains. Click here to read more.