Throughout much of the pandemic, GMT has been able to maintain a consistent level of local bus service thanks, in large part, to our Bus Operators. Due to some recent reductions in staffing levels, GMT proposed some temporary reductions in bus service in Central Vermont. “Our goal is to reduce service to meet our current […]
Contact: Jon Moore, General Manager email@example.com 802-540-2527 RideGMT.com GMT Statement – Tentative Agreement at March 4th Bargaining Session GMT values all of its employees and greatly respects the hard work and dedication of its rural route drivers. We are thrilled to have a tentative agreement with the rural drivers bargaining unit that values and respects […]
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: • […]
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 […]