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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…

RFP for 2018 Tri-Valley Transit, Inc. Audit

Tri-Valley Transit, Inc., is requesting proposals from qualified firms of certified public accountants to audit its annual financial statements for TVT’s fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, and June 30, 2019 with the option of auditing its financial statements for fiscal years June 30, 2020, 2021 and 2022. To be considered, three (3) copies of Read More…

New routes

In addition to the 8 published routes on this website, here are 5 new routes in service that we are working to add to the website.  Thank you for your patience during site construction. new routes not yet on website

STAGECOACH WINS AWARD IN NATIONWIDE CONTEST

Stagecoach’s Passenger Guide, developed in collaboration with Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission, won 2nd place in a national excellence in communication contest sponsored by the National Rural Transit Assistance Program (National RTAP). “Our Passenger Guide demonstrates the high level of skill and professionalism of our Community Relations Team” said Jim Moulton, Tri-Valley Transit’s Executive Director. “Every Read More…

Stagecoach and ACTR Plan to Strengthen Partnership

After three years of working together resulting in improved services, higher ridership and greater financial stability, two of Vermont’s community transportation agencies have decided that a more permanent partnership is warranted. In January 2014, after an unexpected leadership transition, Randolph-headquartered Stagecoach Transportation Services (STSI) entered into a management agreement with Middlebury-based Addison County Transit Resources Read More…