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Tri-Valley Transit connects the people and places of Orange and Northern Windsor Counties of Vermont with our network of community transportation alternatives.

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Bus Routes

  • Thetford Connector

    MON-FRI | Connecting Bradford and Sharon through Thetford & Strafford

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • 89er South

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • 89er North

    MON-FRI | Between Montpelier & Randolph

    Rider Alert

    89 North Schedule

    89er North AM #1 and PM #1 are currently running by request.

    89er North AM #2 and PM #2 are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • River Route

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

    Rider Alert

    Emergency Alert 1/19/21

    1/19/21

    Due to an accident on VT 302 River Route AM #1 will not be able to access stops in Wells River or Newbury.  These stops will be served by River Route AM #2 and #3.

    River Route Back on Schedule!

    Effective Tuesday, 1/5/21

    River Route AM #s 1 – 2 – 3 running on normal schedule

    River Route PM #s 1 – 2 – 3 running on normal schedule

    See complete schedule at https://stagecoach-rides.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/River-Route.pdf for details.

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Randolph Area Circulator

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Bradford Area Circulator

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Saturday Shopper

    SAT | Between Randolph & West Lebanon Rte 12A District

    Rider Alert

    Saturday Shopper re-route

    Due to increased COVID-19 cases in Grafton County, the Saturday Shopper will be re-routed to Berlin, VT beginning Saturday, Oct. 31.  Stops will be offered at Berlin Mall, Shaw’s, and others by request as time allows.  Please remember your mask and do not ride if you are not feeling well or should be quarantining by VT state travel guidelines.

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Randolph Shopper

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Monthly Shoppers

    MONTHLY | Shopping in West Lebanon or Berlin

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Royalton Route

    TUES, THURS | Connecting Randolph, Bethel and Royalton

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Chelsea Route

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Hancock Route

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Woodstock Route

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

    Rider Alert

    Self-Screening for COVID-19

    Riders on 89er South – River Route – Randolph Circulator are asked to self screen for risk of COVID-19 exposure and will no longer be required to call to reserve their ride.  Bus capacity has been increased on these routes with barriers installed between all rows of seats.  Masks continue to be required on all public transit in Vermont.  Thank you for your cooperation!

    Schedule and Map Route Details

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News

  • TVT Breaks Ground on Upper Valley Community Transportation Center

    12/15/2020 Tri-Valley Transit held a virtual groundbreaking ceremony to symbolize the start of construction on the Upper Valley Community Transportation Center in Bradford, Vermont. The unique presentation, led by Executive Director, Jim Moulton, with Board Members Renny Perry and Paul Kendall, featured an appearance by VT Representative Peter Welch and pre-recorded congratulatory remarks from Agency Read More…

  • 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…

  • Service Update – Effective Monday, June 8, 2020

    Tri-Valley Transit is adding service back to the Stagecoach / Orange & Northern Windsor County Region with appropriate safety measures in place. River Route Afternoon: Route #1 (Mid-Day) departing Bradford at 12 noon – suspended Route #2 departs Bradford Park & Ride at 3:15 pm Route #3 departs Bradford Park & Ride at 3:30 pm Read More…

  • June 1st Service Update

    Tri-Valley Transit is adding service back to the Stagecoach / Orange & Northern Windsor County Region with appropriate safety measures in place. Effective Monday, June 1, 2020 River Route Morning: Route #1 departing Wells River at 5:50 am Route #3 departing Wells River at 6:25 am Afternoon:Route #2 departing Bradford at 3:15 pm Route #3 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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