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CCTA has joined our modal partners Local Motion, CarShare Vermont, CATMA, and Go! Vermont to form Go! Chittenden County, your one-stop shop for information and advice about our region’s transportation resources.
We use our know-how and services to help you:
Get around town safely and reliably
Avoid traffic and parking issues
Have more fun commuting around town!
And together, we’ll better our community and the environment.
Sound interesting? Check out the website at http://gochittendencounty.org or call us at 1-800-685-7433.
Go! Chittenden County partners and contact information:
Car-Sharing – Car-sharing provides 24/7 access to a fleet of vehicles in dedicated, convenient locations. CarShare Vermont is a Burlington-based nonprofit on a mission to help more people and businesses get around with fewer cars. We operate a network of new, fuel-efficient vehicles parked in convenient spots throughout the Burlington area that our members can use by the hour or day, whenever they need to drive. www.carsharevt.org | 802-861-2340
Carpooling/Vanpooling – For folks that live and/or work near each other, carpooling/vanpooling saves money and makes commuting more enjoyable. Go! Vermont is a free resource for commuters who want to reduce the cost and environmental impact of driving. The program features a carpool/vanpool matching service, ridesharing tips, a vanpool program, and other practical information on getting around by biking, walking, bus, train and ferry. www.connectingcommuters.org | 800-685-RIDE (7433)
Bicycling/Walking – Arrive to work refreshed, invigorated and ready to go. Local Motion is northwest Vermont’s premier walking and bicycling nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission to make our region safer, more accessible, and more fun for people on foot and on bike, we offer a suite of resources and services to encourage and support “people-powered” commuting. www.localmotion.org | 802-861-2700
Commute Programs – If you want to help your employer create a custom, managed commute program tailored to your worksite, look no further. With over 20 years of experience, the Campus Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA) offers its members a turn-key employee commute program customized to each workplace including on-site assistance, incentives, services, events, promos, surveys and more. www.catmavt.org | 802-656-7433
CCTA’s Unlimited Access program was created in 2003 to help reduce traffic congestion in and around the UVM and Champlain College campuses. These programs are privately funded by the schools through a partnership with CCTA and CATMA. We would like to invite all qualifying individuals to take advantage of this program. Skip the parking pass and gas costs and try CCTA today! The following institutions are proud members of CCTA’s Unlimited Access Program:
University of Vermont: All students, staff or faculty member (full or part-time with the Ira Allen Chapel ID) can ride CCTA for free! The program is funded by UVM as a benefit of enrollment and they always encourage students to leave cars at home and give this commuter option a try! So stop looking for a parking spot on campus and hop on the bus!
Champlain College: All full-time or part-time student, staff or faculty member can ride CCTA for free! The program is funded by Champlain as a benefit of enrollment and they always encourage students to leave cars at home and give this commuter option a try! So stop looking for a parking spot on campus or down at the pier and hop on the bus!
Saint Michael’s College: All students and Saint Michael’s employees can ride CCTA for free! The program is funded by Saint Michael’s as a benefit of enrollment and they always encourage students to leave cars at home and give this commuter option a try! Stop looking for a parking spot on campus and take the bus to town, to class, or anywhere else you need to go!
Middlebury College: All Middlebury faculty and staff can ride CCTA for free! The program is funded by Middlebury as a benefit to their employees and they always encourage employees to leave cars at home and give this commuter option a try! Stop looking for a parking spot on campus and take the bus to town, or anywhere else you need to go!
Thank you to CATMA for being a longstanding partner of the Unlimited Access Program!
Join the 2 week smart trip challenge from September 26 through October 7, 2016
Let’s cut carbon and reclaim our rides! Have you signed up for Way to Go! Challenge? Fire up your coworkers, friends, and classmates to ditch their car and help us cut carbon pollution in Vermont! Sign-up at waytogovt.org.
Free Ride Day, September 30, 2016
Ride ALL Routes… ALL Day… For FREE! Includes Local Commuter and LINK Express routes.
Freedom to Explore! GMT understands how hard it is to manage transportation for your children during summer break. This year we are offering the Youth Summer Fun Wristband which offers UNLIMITED bus service for children ages 7-17 from June 13 through August 25 for only $25!
That’s more than two months for the price of one! The wristband gives children access to convenient, safe, reliable transportation to sports and summer programs, museums, parks, beaches, friends, family and much more. The best part is you gain the freedom and independence you’ve been looking for.
GMT is not responsible for lost or stolen wristbands. If you break your wristband, please bring the broken band back to GMT and we will replace it at no charge. Refunds on wristbands will not be given, all sales are final.