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Welcome Aboard

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    Staying Connected

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    Dan has been commuting five days a week on the Tri-Town Shuttle from his home... Read on...

    Being green

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    "Riding the 116 Commuter makes sense financially and environmentally. However, one of the greatest benefits... Read on...

    Creating community

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News

  • Notice of Opportunity for Public Hearing

    Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) gives notice that, pursuant to 49 U.S.C. § 5311, Non-Urbanized Area Formula Program in the amount of $900,000, Elders and Persons with Disabilities Program in the amount of $450,000, Rural Preventative Maintenance Program in the amount of $50,000, State Operating Assistance Program in the amount of $450,000, Rural Technical Assistance Read More…

  • ACTR hires new Director

    ACTR has selected a new Regional Director from a nationwide search. Bill Cunningham of Middlebury will report to Executive Director Jim Moulton and to the locally-based board of directors. New to the transit industry, Cunningham is a seasoned Vermont Air National Guard leader who has earned several decorations for excellence. During his tenure with VTANG Read More…

  • Snow Bowl News

    The Weekday Spring/Summer/Fall schedule begins in March. No more mountain runs on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays until next winter. However, the Weekend Winter schedule continues throughout the Month of March. As of April we stop running Sundays and switch to the Saturday Spring/Summer/Fall schedule.

  • New technology improves service

    ACTR is improving its ability to serve the community by making several technology investments, with special grant assistance from the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans). “Maximizing information technology to support all aspects of the organization is one of ACTR’s key Strategic Goals,” said Jim Moulton, Executive Director. “Beyond several recent changes, ACTR is pursuing other Read More…

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  • Dial-A-Ride

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    ACTR offers additional transportation service for people for whom regular bus service does not work. If you are aged 60+ or have a disability, or are eligible for Medicaid or Reach Up, you may be eligible for FREE rides. Depending on eligibility, services can include rides to: meal-sites, medical and social or employment-related appointments. All Volunteer Drivers who provide these rides have undergone background checks and their vehicles are inspected to meet ACTR’s safety and comfort standards.  Read More…

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  • You Have Choices

    Go Vermont provides info and support to help commuters and travelers get around locally and regionally. Its ridesharing database offers free carpool matching and support is available for businesses to establish vanpools. Also find statewide bus routes and information on emerging bike technologies for fossil-free mobility. The Guaranteed Ride Home Program provides peace of mind for car-free commuting.

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  • Get involved

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    ACTR relies upon the generous support of individuals, businesses, towns and organizations to achieve our mission of enhancing the economic, social and environmental health of the region. There are several ways you can help: donate funding, sponsor a business acknowledgement on ACTR’s bus exteriors or in the Bus Schedule Brochure, become a Volunteer Driver for the Dial-A-Ride Program or help out with a special project.  Read More…

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