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Latest News

Changes to TVT-ONW Routes

TVT is proposing changes to River Route and Thetford Connector Routes to go into effect July 1, 2024. As part of our planning process, we are asking for feedback regarding these changes at a public meeting to be held at 6:00 PM on Thursday, June 27th at TVT-ONW offices in Randolph. The meeting will also Read More…

EZ Trip Middlebury

Effective May 8, 2024, EZ Trip has replaced weekday MSB College/Hospital/Marble Works/Shaw’s fixed-route buses with FREE on-demand rides. All trips must begin and end within the Town of Middlebury EZ Trip Zone. EZ Trip is not available on weekends. However, > MSB Hannaford still in service on weekdays with a new footprint that ends at Read More…

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…

Public Feedback sought for bus routes from Randolph to Lebanon

Randolph, Vermont… Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) is excited to expand service on the 89’er Commuter Route to better serve rural communities along the I-89 Corridor and invites public feedback on proposed changes to the route effective August 28, 2023.  All proposed changes are made with minimal impact to current riders while adding service to schools, businesses, Read More…

Tri-Valley Transit Launches Randolph Shopper Route

Randolph, Vermont – In response to the impending closure of Rochester’s local grocery store, Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) announces the launch of a weekly public bus route between Hancock and Randolph.  “We recognize that Mac’s closing is a significant crisis in the local community,” said Jim Moulton, TVT Executive Director.  “We already serve transit dependent people 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…

More bus service to Burlington from Addison County

Effective Tuesday, November 1, 2022, Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) will double frequency of service on the weekday Link to Burlington.  This commuter express route connects Middlebury to Burlington and points in between along the Route 7 corridor.  Key destinations include Vermont Teddy Bear, VT Day School, Shelburne Road (near Waldorf School), UVM Medical Center and the Read More…

Public Input Sought for Bradford Area Circulator Route

August 29, 2022 Public Feedback is welcomed for schedule changes to the Bradford Area Circulator, proposed to take effect on Monday, October 3, 2022. Changes will implement a deviated, fixed route schedule to replace the “by request” service in effect since the onset of the COVID pandemic.  These changes will offer reliable, consistent service on Read More…