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New Look for Local Transit Company

Middlebury/Randolph, Vermont In 2017, the public transportation systems in Addison, Orange and Northern Windsor counties merged to form Tri-Valley Transit.  After continuing to do business as ACTR and Stagecoach until just recently, the system is now transitioning fully to Tri-Valley Transit (TVT).  With regional offices remaining in Middlebury and Randolph, this change in the company’s Read More…

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…

Tri-Valley Transit Coronavirus Update

April 4, 2020 Due to the rapidly changing COVID-19 pandemic, Tri-Valley Transit, (dba ACTR and Stagecoach), would like to offer the following updates to our passengers.  To increase social distancing measures, we are limiting the number of passengers allowed on the bus at a time. And we are: Asking all passengers who can self-transport to Read More…

Tri-Valley Transit Suspending Fares

3/13/2020 In light of ongoing developments and concerns about the spread of coronavirus, Tri-valley Transit has decided to suspend the collection of fares until further notice. Tri-Valley Transit staff have been diligently following guidelines provided by the Federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Vermont Department of Health (VDH) by encouraging strong personal hygiene Read More…

Tri-Valley Transit Response to Coronavirus Concerns

3/5/2020 As a provider of public transportation services, Tri-Valley transit is following CDC guidance to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), at this time, most people in the United States will have little immediate risk of exposure to this virus. This virus is NOT currently spreading Read More…

New schedule effective 9/24/19

A new Shuttle Bus System schedule takes effect on Tuesday, September 24, 2019.  Highlights of the new schedule include: Predicted departure times for every normal stop. Info about a new “Transit” app that smartphone users can upload to see real-time bus arrival predictions for all public bus routes in Vermont. Rebranding of the Middlebury Shuttle Read More…

Public feedback sought

ACTR is seeking feedback from riders and other community members on proposed schedule changes for its in-county services.  There will be a public meeting on Wednesday, August 21, 2018 at 5:30pm at the Community Transportation Center located at 297 Creek Road, Middlebury.  If transportation is needed to attend the meeting, rides can be provided.  Please Read More…