Biking, Walking & More
Loading a bike on a Tri-Valley Transit bus
Check out our video tutorial to see how easy and safe it is to load your bike on our bus.
All TVT buses are equipped with bike racks. Each rack can accommodate two bicycles. Bicycles may also be brought in the bus if necessary and space is available. At this time, electric bicycles cannot be placed on racks or inside buses. Riders are responsible for loading and unloading their own bicycles, and they must be strapped down for safety.
Biking and Walking
Biking and walking are great ways to incorporate physical exercise into your routine, save money, promote cleaner air and connect to transit stops. There are many state and local resources to support your use of people power.
VBike is a nonprofit organization providing leading-edge bike solutions in Vermont. VBike provides information on bike innovations such as cargo bikes and electric assist bikes to expand the range, carrying capacity and overall utility of biking for local transportation.
Local Motion is a member-supported non-profit organization promoting people-powered transportation and recreation for healthy and sustainable Vermont communities.
Walk-Bike Council of Addison County
The Walk Bike Council of Addison County is a citizen-led advisory group with an ear to the ground on walking and bicycling issues and opportunities for all abilities.
The Vital Communities Transportation Program works with employers, municipalities, school districts, regional planners and transit providers to improve transportation options in the Upper Valley region..
Telecommuting / telework, that is, working from home, is a good option for many people. It saves money, time, and fuel, and of course is the new daily reality for many during the coronavirus pandemic. For more information about making telecommuting work for you and your company, visit our friends at Vital Communities.