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Tri-Valley Transit
Addison County Office (802) 388-2287
Orange / N. Windsor County Office: (802) 728-3773

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

Bus Routes

  • Middlebury Shuttle

    MON-SAT | Always Fare-Free | Middlebury

    On Schedule MSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Tri-Town Shuttle

    MON-FRI | Vergennes & Bristol to Middlebury

    Rider Alert

    Bristol Shaw’s 2:30 stop change

    Effective Tuesday, September 12th the 2:30pm stop at Bristol Shaw’s will be served by request only.  To access service please call (802)388-2287.

    TTSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Snow Bowl Shuttle

    SEASONAL | Middlebury to Midd Snow Bowl

    Rider Alert

    Snow Bowl seasonal schedule

    Now thru December 8th = Off Peak Schedule is served

    Starting December 11th = Winter Commuter Mon/Tues, Ski Season Wed/Thurs/Fri and Ski Season Sat/Sun schedules are served


    Winter Commuter Mon/Tue– Provides two commuter runs on Mondays and Tuesdays. This includes a new stop at 3:25pm at Middlebury Union High School to help student athletes access training at Rikert.

    Ski Season Wed/Thurs/Fri – Provides nine runs Wednesdays thru Fridays. This schedule expansion includes the new stop at Middlebury Union High School as well as a longer service day so riders can access night skiing at Middlebury Snow Bowl. The last bus will return from Snow Bowl at 6:40pm.

    Ski Season Sat/Sun – Provides six runs on Saturdays and Sundays

    See our news section for a sneak peek of the new schedules:  

    SBSB Schedule and Map Route Details
  • Rutland Connector

    MON-SAT | Middlebury to Rutland via Rte 7

    Rider Alert

    RC reduced frequency

    TVT has suspended its midday and Saturday service.

    There is no change to TVT early morning and late afternoon service.

    There is no change to any Marble-Valley operated portion of the shared schedule.


    RC Schedule and Map Route Details
  • 116 Commuter

    MON-FRI | Middlebury to Burlington via Rte 116

    On Schedule 116 Schedule and Map Route Details

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I Am Driven

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    I was born with cerebral palsy and I’ll have it until I’m old and gray.... Read on...

    To freedom

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    Seven years ago I was diagnosed with a seizure disorder and suddenly I could no... Read on...

    To make a difference

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    My first driving job was hauling hay on my family farm when I was 8... Read on...

    To lead a happy life

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    When my car broke down, I knew Tri-Valley Transit would be the key to getting... Read on...

    To save money

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    I ride the bus for a lot of reasons, but the most important reason of... Read on...

    To leave a legacy

More Stories


  • Snow Bowl to serve night skiing

    Tri-Valley Transit announces the opening of its Snow Bowl Shuttle winter seasonal schedules on Monday, December 11th. The Snow Bowl Shuttle connects Middlebury, East Middlebury, Ripton, Rikert Nordic Center and Middlebury College Snow Bowl. Winter Commuter Mon/Tues – Provides two commuter runs on Mondays and Tuesdays. This includes a new stop at 3:25pm at Middlebury Read More…

  • Upper Valley Community Transportation Center Receives Two Energy Efficiency Awards

    Bradford, VT – Tri-Valley Transit is proud to announce that the Upper Valley Community Transportation Center (UVCTC) designed by Black River Design, Architects has recently been awarded an Efficiency Vermont Small New Construction Best of the Best award and a Net Zero Award and Vermont Green Building Award from the Vermont Green Building Network in Read More…

  • LINK to Burlington changes begin on May 2nd

    By popular demand, Tri-Valley Transit will begin Mon-Fri midday LINK to Burlington bus service on Tuesday, May 2nd.  The plan includes a new one-seat ride to the University Mall in South Burlington with return service on the next trip.  UVMMC and GMT’s Downtown Transit Center will also be served on the midday runs. There are Read More…

  • Tri-Valley Transit Recognized by National Guard

    The Vermont Employer Support of the Guard & Reserve (ESGR) Committee held its annual employer awards and recognition banquet in Jericho and formally recognized three staff and the Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) organization with multiple awards, including: • Patriotic Employer Awards, recognizing Steve Suter, Bill Cunningham, and Lucian Pickett (posthumously) for “efforts made to support citizen Read More…

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  • Dial-A-Ride Program

    photo of TVT rider holding a chalk board saying I am Driven to be part of my community

    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.

    Go! Vermont
  • Get involved

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    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…