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  • 89er

    MON-FRI | Between Randolph, WRJ, Lebanon & Hanover

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • 89er North

    MON-FRI | Between Montpelier & Randolph

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • River Route

    MON-FRI | Between Wells River, WRJ, Lebanon & Hanover

    Rider Alert

    Bradford Fair

    Due to the parade for the Bradford Fair on July 12th, the final run of the River Route (4PM start in Bradford) will not be able to access Main Street in Bradford. Passengers will be able to use the Bradford Park & Ride, but the Bradford Bottle Shop will not be accessible.
    After making its stop at the Bradford Park & Ride, the final River Route bus will take I-91 to Wells River to drop off passengers at Wells River Savings Bank and Newbury.
    If you have any questions, please speak with your River Route bus driver.

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Randolph Area Circulator

    MON-FRI | Door-to-door service in the Randolph area

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Bradford Area Circulator

    MON-FRI | Between Bradford, Newbury, Wells River & Woodsville

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Saturday Shopper

    SAT | Between Randolph & West Lebanon Rte 12A District

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Randolph Shopper

    FRI | Between Hancock, Rochester, Stockbridge, Bethel & Randolph

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Monthly Shoppers

    MONTHLY | Shopping in West Lebanon or Berlin

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Royalton Route

    TUES, THURS | Connecting Randolph, Bethel and Royalton

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Chelsea Route

    MON, THUR, FRI | Connecting Randolph, Bethel, Royalton, Tunbridge and Chelsea

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Hancock Route

    MON, WED, FRI | Local service for Randolph, Bethel, Stockbridge, Rochester and Hancock

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Woodstock Route

    1st AND 3rd WED | Serving Randolph, Bethel, Barnard, Woodstock, Bridgewater and Quechee

    Rider Alert

    River Route bus update

    Dear Riders,

    In an effort to improve rider comfort on the River Route Commuter, Stagecoach is borrowing a 28 passenger bus from our our fellow Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. division member Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR). This 28 passenger bus will be used on the final run of the morning River Route.

    The ACTR buses have a blue, green and white color scheme with the ACTR logo on the side. The electronic sign will read “River Route” and Stagecoach placards will be displayed in windows. Click here to learn more about the bus we are borrowing from ACTR.

    Please know that the Stagecoach staff is working to develop options to best suit our riders schedules and comfort on the River Route. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to talk to our drivers or contact us through any of the contact information below.

    Thank you for making the Stagecoach River Route Commuter such a success!

    Randolph Circulator updates

    Effective July 2nd, 2018

    Dear Riders,

    Beginning on Monday, July 2nd, there will be two changes to the Randolph Circulator.

    Change #1: The Green route stop at VTC (SHAPE) will become a request stop. To be picked up or dropped off here, please call the Stagecoach dispatch team at 728-3773 at least 24 hours in advance.
    Change #2: The Randolph Circulator will be Fare Free! That’s right, there will be no cost to ride the Randolph Circulator beginning on Monday, July 2nd.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call (802-728-3773) or email us at the Stagecoach office.

    I-89 Construction in Lebanon

    The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will be beginning an extended road and bridge rehabilitation on I-89 between Exit 17 and Exit 20. Though lane closures are not expected to take place during peak commuting hours, we do anticipate the possibility of delays in the 89er Commuter and River Route service due to the construction project. Thank you for your patience and for riding Stagecoach!

    Schedule and Map Route Details

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News

  • VTrans Awards 89er South Commuter Expansion Grant

    The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) has awarded Stagecoach Transportation, a division of Tri-Valley Transit Inc., a three year Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant to expand the 89er South Commuter bus route serving residents along the I-89 corridor from Randolph south to employers in Lebanon, Hanover and White River Jct. The expanded 89er Read More…

  • Major Grant Awarded

    Media Release For immediate release:  May 3, 2018 Media contact:  Jesse Davis, Community Relations Manager, (802) 728-3773 Hoehl Family Foundation Invests $225,000 in Tri-Valley Transit Middlebury, VT…. The Hoehl Family Foundation of Burlington has awarded a 3-year grant totaling $225,000 to Tri-Valley Transit (TVT), doing business as Addison County Transit Resources and Stagecoach Transportation.  The Read More…

  • Notice of Opportunity for Public Hearing

    Tri-Valley Transit, Inc., dba Stagecoach Transportation Services and dba Addison County Transit Resources (ACTR) hereby notify the public of the opportunity for public hearings in regard to Tri-Valley Transit’s application to the State of Vermont for funding for Fiscal Year 2019. Read the full Notice of Opportunity for Public Hearing here.

  • Passing of Ernie Lawrence

    Dear Stagecoach Community, It is with heavy heart that we announce the passing of driver Ernie Lawrence this past Sunday, April 15th after an extended illness. Ernie dedicated over 20 years serving our riders primarily on our local routes whether scheduled or coming in to free up a driver for another route. Ernie exemplified our Read More…

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  • Dial-A-Ride

    Stagecoach offers transportation for people for whom regular bus service does not work. If you are aged 60+, have a disability, or are eligible for Medicaid, you may be eligible for FREE rides. Depending on eligibility, services can include rides to meal-sites and medical, social, or employment-related appointments. Volunteer Drivers have undergone background checks and vehicles are inspected to meet 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

    Stagecoach 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 bus exteriors or in the Services Brochure, become a Volunteer Driver for the Dial-A-Ride Program, or help out with a special project.  Read More…

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