In the words of Helen Keller “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.” GMT would like to thank our passenger community. The attached is a letter from our acting General Manager, Jon Moore. It outlines some significant changes and updates. Please click here to download the PDF.
Jeffersonville Commuters can now purchase a 10-Ride Pass close to home! Thanks to the initiative the Tri-Town Alternative Transportation Committee, GMT 10-Ride Passes can be purchased at the following locations: Hanley’s General Store (Jeffersonville) Cambridge Town Offices (Jeffersonville) Varnum Memorial Library (Jeffersonville) Village Market (Cambridge) Jericho Market (Jericho/Underhill) Underhill Town Hall (Underhill) Jericho Town Hall […]
Due to construction on Pine Street, Hickock Street and West Lane in Winooski will not be served by the Green Line until October. Please use the bus stop shelter on Mallets Bay Avenue in front of the O’Brien Community Service for Green Line service until October.
GMT has partnered with Token Transit to offer our customers a quick and convenient way to purchase boarding passes. With the Token Transit app, you purchase, activate and board using just your phone. All of your passes are stored in the cloud, and retrievable on any mobile device. To learn more about Token Transit and […]
Rollout begins June 17, 2019: GMT will pilot this app for several weeks before officially launching. Please refer to the paper schedule in the interim. Figuring out when to catch your next bus has never been easier! GMT has signed up with Transit, a real-time urban travel companion. Transit will help you navigate GMT’s bus […]
GMT is discontinuing use to the RouteShout 2.0 app due to ongoing issues with the app’s reliability. While we were hoping to continue use of RouteShout 2.0 until we had a new app in place, an issue with the new Chittenden County schedule has caused us to discontinue use immediately. The Central VT and Franklin/Grand Isle […]
Effective: November 19, 2018 Northwoods Joinery & Jeffersonville Post Office stops will no longer be served. Please use the new bus stop located at the intersection of South Vermont 108 & Depot Street. Commuter parking will be available effective 11/19 at the lot located on Depot Street across from Maple Street.
Effective: November 1, 2018 Route 7 at Church Hill Road (Charlotte Park & Ride) stop will no longer be served. Commuter parking is available at the Ferrisburgh Park & Ride.
Burlington, VT — Green Mountain Transit (GMT) will join with other public transportation systems nationwide to participate in the 13th annual National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday, June 21. The slogan of this year’s National Dump the Pump Day is “Dump the Pump. Ride Public Transit.” GMT is offering FREE rides system-wide! Sponsored by the American […]
Green Mountain Transit General Manager, Mark A. Sousa, was among local, state and federal officials at the Montpelier Transit Center ground-breaking ceremony. The facility will serve as a transit center, housing, and a pedestrian path. “We got transportation and housing, two things we thought were needed back when we got the earmarks that are needed far more today, […]
In light of GMT’s NextGen Transit Planning efforts, take a look at this article which discusses transit systems that are, or have taken, similar steps towards bringing themselves up to date with changing demographics: Buses, Yes, Buses, Are ‘the Hottest Trend in Transit’.
September 19, 2017 Press Release BURLINGTON, Vt., Sept. 19 – Vermont’s congressional delegation announced Tuesday that the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) will receive a $480,000 federal grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to purchase two electric buses that will be used by Green Mountain Transit in Burlington. In June, the Vermont delegation wrote […]