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Printable flier with Lamoille County transportation information.


Plan or Schedule a Ride

Transit Bus App: Vermont-wide

  • Plan bus trips
  • See bus schedules
  • Follow step-by-step routes. 

Rural Community Transportation

Public transportation for the Northeast Kingdom and Lamoille County, including bus and shuttle routes. Click here or call 802-748-8170 to schedule a ride, plan a trip, dial a ride, and learn more about services. 


Get to Work

The Agency of Transportation, through Go! Vermont, offers a Vanpool program for people to commute to work together. Go! Vermont will match employees with a similar schedule on a route, provide the van, and help customize the program, all while covering half the cost. Contact: and, 201-320-8300.


Get to appointments

Recovery and Job Access Rides: Transportation to:

  • group meetings and therapy sessions
  • recovery centers
  • drug testing sites
  • medical appointments
  • job interviews and training.

Click here or call 802-748-8170.  


Rides to Wellness

Transportation for Lamoille Health Partners patients to get to health appointments. To arrange a ride, contact the Community Health Team 802-888-6017


Driver’s Education

Precision Driving School

Giroux General Trucking

Associates in Driving

Vermont Adult Career & Technical Education: commercial, forklift, heavy equipment, aviation

Buy a car

Capstone’s MileageSmart program helps pay for a car, cutting transportation costs. Vermonters who are at or below 80% median income can get up to $5,000 towards the purchase price of a high-efficiency vehicle.


Bikes for Friends

Free bikes so that everyone can enjoy our roads and trails. Bootlegger Bikes will accept good-quality bikes as donations for repair. Human service agencies, town rec, schools are encouraged to get bikes for their populations.

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail

Lamoille Valley Rail Trail (LVRT) is a 93-mile rec path, from St. Johnsbury to Swanton. Wheelchair and mobility accessible. Walking, jogging, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding.

For more information (including history):