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ACTR and Stagecoach Merge

On May 8, the Boards of Directors of Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) and Stagecoach Transportation Services Inc. (Stagecoach) voted to formally merge the two community transportation agencies into one, the culmination of a valued partnership begun 3.5 years earlier. ACTR and Stagecoach first linked together in January 2014 and, since then, the communities and Read More…

May 11 Transportation Summit

The public is invited to attend an Addison County Transportation Summit at Vergennes’s Bixby Library on Thursday, May 11, from 6:30-8:30pm. This transportation workshop will host local transportation leaders and citizens to discuss making roads safer for everyone, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, transportation funding sources, mobility options and how to get involved in setting Read More…

ACTR awarded $2,000 grant from Peasant Market

The Peasant Market of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church recently donated $2,000 to Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) to help replace aging buses.  ACTR plans to put two new 28-passenger buses in service to ensure the travelling public’s safety and meet ridership demands. “This support means a lot to ACTR,” said Jim Moulton, Executive Director.  “It Read More…

Info Meeting Planned for Transit Merger

Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) will host a public meeting to share information about its forthcoming merger with Stagecoach Transportation Services, Inc. (STSI) of Randolph. The April 5 meeting will take place at 5:30 PM at the Community Transportation Center on Creek Road in Middlebury. This public meeting, along with similar meetings in the Randolph/Bradford Read More…

Neat Repeats donates $2,000 for new buses

Neat Repeats Resale Shop recently donated $2,000 to Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) to help replace aging buses.  ACTR plans to put two new 28-passenger buses in service to ensure the travelling public’s safety and meet ridership demands. “ACTR is thrilled to receive this support from Neat Repeats,” said Jim Moulton, Executive Director.  “Their community Read More…

Addison County Community Transportation Center wins Energy Efficiency Award

Efficiency Vermont is pleased to honor ACTR and Black River Design Architects with a 2017 Best of the Best Award.  The award recognizes the Addison County Community Transportation Center (CTC) as an outstanding example of energy efficient commercial new construction.  Other Addison County projects were also recognized, including the Middlebury Town Offices. Efficiency Vermont was Read More…

Way to Go Challenge

TAKE ACTION WITH WAY TO GO Sign-ups are happening now for the September 26-October 7, 2016 commute trip reduction challenge.  Way To Go! weeks are a chance for you or your business to go toe to toe against carbon pollution. Bike, walk, carpool or ride the bus to victory! Win prizes, have fun—and help us reach Read More…

ACTR seeks community feedback on Bus System upgrades

ACTR is seeking feedback from riders and other community members on proposed route and schedule redesigns for its in-county services. Four Open Houses will be hosted in June for community feedback: Wednesday, June 8 (5:30-6:30p) – North Branch School, Ripton (898 Lincoln Rd) Tuesday, June 14, (5:00-6:00p) – Vergennes Police Department (Route 22A) Tuesday, June Read More…

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…