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 […]
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 […]
Simplify Your Trip with “Transit” 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 system with accurate real-time predictions, simple trip planning, step-by-step navigation, service disruption notifications, and departure and stop reminders… all presented […]
GMT would like to begin by recognizing the impact this incident had on students and our community. GMT values the diversity of our passengers and moving forward GMT will continue its commitment to being a welcoming, safe, and socially just organization. Regarding the events that took place Thursday May 23rd on a GMT School Tripper, […]
The Green Mountain Transit (GMT) Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday evening (April 16, 2019) to move forward with the implementation of the urban NextGen Service Plan and fare increase. Both going into effect June 17, 2019 to coincide with the next urban passenger Bus Map and Guide. Highlights of the NextGen Service Plan include: • […]
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 […]
VTrans has notified transit agencies the implementation of the US2 Commuter service route changes will be delayed until June 2019. This will allow for additional conversations with riders and other public engagement. The US2 Commuter will continue the current schedule, and there will be no changes on March 25, 2019. CURRENT SCHEDULE The positive and constructive […]
Effective: June 19, 2017 New schedule for PM buses. Changes indicated in RED.
PoemCity 2017 is an amazing month-long, city-wide celebration of poetry, sponsored by the Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Vermont Humanities Council, National Life Group and other local organizations. No small town does National Poetry Month better than Montpelier! PoemCity is happy to partner with Green Mountain Transit to bring poetry to bus stops in downtown Montpelier! In addition […]
Vermont | February 22, 2017 – Chapin Kaynor, chair of the Green Mountain Transit (GMT) Board of Commissioners, announced the appointment of Mark Sousa to the position of General Manager of GMT. At the February 21 meeting of the GMT Board of Commissioners, Leadership Committee member Catherine Dimitruk, commissioner from Franklin County, made this motion: […]
Burlington, VT | October 11, 2016—Figuring out when and where to hop aboard a Green Mountain Transit (GMT) bus is about to get easier! On Friday, October 14, 2016, GMT will launch RouteShout, a mobile phone application that delivers next bus arrival times and schedule information. “Access to information is a huge barrier for some […]