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  • Middlebury Shuttle

    MON-SAT | Always Fare-Free | Middlebury

    Rider Alert

    Coronavirus schedule changes and guidance

    This alert was updated 10/15/20

    1. Some bus service times have been suspended:
      • Burlington LINK weekday 6:05am southbound/7:15am northbound and 5:20pm southbound/6:40pm northbound.
      • 16 Commuter 6:45am southbound from Burlington, 7:45am northbound from Hinesburg and 4:50pm southbound from Burlington
    2. You must wear a face covering, maintain social distance of at least 6′ and practice safe hygiene during your trip.  Face covering may be a cloth, scarf or mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly but comfortably against the sides of your face.

    Full details of these protocols are detailed as a news post on this website.

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    This alert was updated March 24, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is carefully monitoring local and national guidance regarding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The following guidelines have been provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    How you can stop the spread of germs in public places

    • Stay home if you are sick
    • Don’t touch your face in public
    • Cough/sneeze into a tissue (or your elbow if no tissue available)
    • Throw tissues in the trash and sanitize hands as soon as possible
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer when you reach your destination

    What TVT is doing to help 

    • Emptying trash receptacles daily
    • Daily disinfection of bus handrails and seats with recommended strength bleach solution
    • Immediately isolating biological spills/messes for sanitizing
    • Making all routes FARE-FREE until further notice as a precaution
    MSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Tri-Town Shuttle

    MON-FRI | Vergennes & Bristol to Middlebury

    Rider Alert

    Coronavirus schedule changes and guidance

    This alert was updated 10/15/20

    1. Some bus service times have been suspended:
      • Burlington LINK weekday 6:05am southbound/7:15am northbound and 5:20pm southbound/6:40pm northbound.
      • 16 Commuter 6:45am southbound from Burlington, 7:45am northbound from Hinesburg and 4:50pm southbound from Burlington
    2. You must wear a face covering, maintain social distance of at least 6′ and practice safe hygiene during your trip.  Face covering may be a cloth, scarf or mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly but comfortably against the sides of your face.

    Full details of these protocols are detailed as a news post on this website.

    ———————————————

    This alert was updated March 24, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is carefully monitoring local and national guidance regarding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The following guidelines have been provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    How you can stop the spread of germs in public places

    • Stay home if you are sick
    • Don’t touch your face in public
    • Cough/sneeze into a tissue (or your elbow if no tissue available)
    • Throw tissues in the trash and sanitize hands as soon as possible
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer when you reach your destination

    What TVT is doing to help 

    • Emptying trash receptacles daily
    • Daily disinfection of bus handrails and seats with recommended strength bleach solution
    • Immediately isolating biological spills/messes for sanitizing
    • Making all routes FARE-FREE until further notice as a precaution
    TTSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Snow Bowl Shuttle

    SEASONAL | Middlebury to Midd Snow Bowl

    Rider Alert

    Seasonal Schedule

    The Snow Bowl Shuttle’s Off-Peak schedule is currently running Monday-Friday.

     

    Coronavirus schedule changes and guidance

    This alert was updated 10/15/20

    1. Some bus service times have been suspended:
      • Burlington LINK weekday 6:05am southbound/7:15am northbound and 5:20pm southbound/6:40pm northbound.
      • 16 Commuter 6:45am southbound from Burlington, 7:45am northbound from Hinesburg and 4:50pm southbound from Burlington
    2. You must wear a face covering, maintain social distance of at least 6′ and practice safe hygiene during your trip.  Face covering may be a cloth, scarf or mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly but comfortably against the sides of your face.

    Full details of these protocols are detailed as a news post on this website.

    ———————————————

    This alert was updated March 24, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is carefully monitoring local and national guidance regarding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The following guidelines have been provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    How you can stop the spread of germs in public places

    • Stay home if you are sick
    • Don’t touch your face in public
    • Cough/sneeze into a tissue (or your elbow if no tissue available)
    • Throw tissues in the trash and sanitize hands as soon as possible
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer when you reach your destination

    What TVT is doing to help 

    • Emptying trash receptacles daily
    • Daily disinfection of bus handrails and seats with recommended strength bleach solution
    • Immediately isolating biological spills/messes for sanitizing
    • Making all routes FARE-FREE until further notice as a precaution
    SBSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Rutland Connector

    MON-SAT | Middlebury to Rutland via Rte 7

    Rider Alert

    Coronavirus schedule changes and guidance

    This alert was updated 10/15/20

    1. Some bus service times have been suspended:
      • Burlington LINK weekday 6:05am southbound/7:15am northbound and 5:20pm southbound/6:40pm northbound.
      • 16 Commuter 6:45am southbound from Burlington, 7:45am northbound from Hinesburg and 4:50pm southbound from Burlington
    2. You must wear a face covering, maintain social distance of at least 6′ and practice safe hygiene during your trip.  Face covering may be a cloth, scarf or mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly but comfortably against the sides of your face.

    Full details of these protocols are detailed as a news post on this website.

    ———————————————

    This alert was updated March 24, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is carefully monitoring local and national guidance regarding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The following guidelines have been provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    How you can stop the spread of germs in public places

    • Stay home if you are sick
    • Don’t touch your face in public
    • Cough/sneeze into a tissue (or your elbow if no tissue available)
    • Throw tissues in the trash and sanitize hands as soon as possible
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer when you reach your destination

    What TVT is doing to help 

    • Emptying trash receptacles daily
    • Daily disinfection of bus handrails and seats with recommended strength bleach solution
    • Immediately isolating biological spills/messes for sanitizing
    • Making all routes FARE-FREE until further notice as a precaution
    RC Schedule and Map Route Details
  • 116 Commuter

    MON-FRI | Middlebury to Burlington via Rte 116

    Rider Alert

    Coronavirus schedule changes and guidance

    This alert was updated 10/15/20

    1. Some bus service times have been suspended:
      • Burlington LINK weekday 6:05am southbound/7:15am northbound and 5:20pm southbound/6:40pm northbound.
      • 16 Commuter 6:45am southbound from Burlington, 7:45am northbound from Hinesburg and 4:50pm southbound from Burlington
    2. You must wear a face covering, maintain social distance of at least 6′ and practice safe hygiene during your trip.  Face covering may be a cloth, scarf or mask that covers your nose and mouth and fits snugly but comfortably against the sides of your face.

    Full details of these protocols are detailed as a news post on this website.

    ———————————————

    This alert was updated March 24, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is carefully monitoring local and national guidance regarding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  The following guidelines have been provided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

    How you can stop the spread of germs in public places

    • Stay home if you are sick
    • Don’t touch your face in public
    • Cough/sneeze into a tissue (or your elbow if no tissue available)
    • Throw tissues in the trash and sanitize hands as soon as possible
    • Wash hands with soap and water or use sanitizer when you reach your destination

    What TVT is doing to help 

    • Emptying trash receptacles daily
    • Daily disinfection of bus handrails and seats with recommended strength bleach solution
    • Immediately isolating biological spills/messes for sanitizing
    • Making all routes FARE-FREE until further notice as a precaution

    Payment

    At this time only GMT buses are accepting the Token Transit app as fare payment.  Token Transit app is not accepted on ACTR/Tri-Valley Transit operated buses.

    116 Schedule and Map Route Details
  • GO! Vermont

    SEE YOUR BUS IN REAL TIME

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    Transit has many features to help you ride the bus in Vermont:

    • Track where your bus is in real-time
    • See bus schedule and arrival times for buses in your area
    • Plan routes to find the best way to get to your destination
    • Step-by-step directions to your destination

    Go Vermont provides a website and ridesharing database to help commuters and travelers get around. They offer free carpool matching and vanpool services, and statewide bus routes, as well as free Go Vermont resources. The Guaranteed Ride Home Program gives commuters peace of mind.

    To learn more, go to connectingcommuters.org or call 800-685-7433.

Welcome Aboard

  • TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT ACTR operates its programs and services without regard... Read on...

    ACCESSIBILITY

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

    Being green

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

    Creating community

  • ACTR dispatchers help Shuttle Bus System riders reach their destinations by providing schedule information and... Read on...

    We’re here for you

News

  • 2020 Customer Survey

    In the past months we have put many new protocols in place to keep you safe, such as sanitizing buses, installing physical barriers between seats, requiring facemasks, blocking off aisle seats and supplying hand sanitizer. Whether you are currently riding or not, we want your feedback on how well we are meeting needs. Survey closes Read More…

  • Governor Scott Requires Face Coverings on Public Transit

    Click here for a copy of Gov. Scott’s Addendum 12 to Executive Order 01-20 that includes: The traveling and commuting public shall wear face coverings over their nose and mouth any time they are using public transportation conveyances, including busses, trains and ride services and when in a mass transportation station or terminal, including airports.

  • New schedules and face covering requirement effective 4/13/20

    Effective Monday, April 13th ACTR, a division of Tri-Valley Transit (TVT), is implementing changes to its service delivery model in an effort to maintain the highest levels of safety for all of our drivers and passengers during this time.  We thank you for your understanding and appreciate your cooperation while we continue to provide the Read More…

  • Free rides to access food

    Tri-Valley Transit, dba ACTR, is available to provide free grocery delivery to Addison County residents who are elderly, disabled or unable to self-transport.  We can pick up customers’ prepaid grocery orders from many of our community grocers who are offering shopper service with curbside pickup.  This includes Buxton’s General Store in Orwell, Greg’s Meat Market Read More…

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  • Dial-A-Ride

    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.

    Go! Vermont
  • Get involved

    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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