|TRANSPORTATION RELATED LINKS
Phone: (802) 652-BIKE
News Garage is a non-profit
that accepts donated cars, trucks and vans, repairs them and provides them
to qualified low-income families so they can access employment and further
their education. It’s easy submit your car donation online at www.goodnewsgarage.org or call toll-free 877-GIVE-AUTO / 877-448-3288. All auto donations are
County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) www.ccrpcvt.org
The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission (CCRPC) is the Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO) for the 18 municipalities of the Chittenden County
region. Each year, the CCRPC oversees about $30 million in transportation investments.
It evaluates and approves proposed transportation improvement projects and provides
a forum for interagency cooperation and public input into funding decisions.
It also sponsors and conducts studies, assists local municipalities with planning
activities, and develops and updates the County's long range transportation plan
(known as the Metropolitan Transportation Plan).
|Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
This is the official site for the Federal transit Administration, a division
of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Mountain Transit Agency (GMTA) www.gmtaride.org
Green Mountain Transit Agency (GMTA) is central Vermont's public transportation provider and currently runs three transit routes in the Barre-Montpelier area: the City Route connects Montpelier and Barre on a 30-minute frequency, and two hospital routes, Montpelier Hospital Hill and Barre Hospital Hill, run on an hour frequency. GMTA provides a commuter routes from Waterbury into Montpelier, from Waterbury to Morrisville, and a local route in Morrisville. GMTA also operates and seasonal route from Montpelier to the Mad River Valley, on the Mountain Road in Stowe and numerous services in the Mad River Valley as Mad Bus. These routes, along with the Link Express, the region’s express bus connection between Montpelier and Burlington, provide residents with transit links to area businesses.
Agency of Transportation (VTrans) vtrans.vermont.gov
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) manages, maintains and monitors
the Vermont State roads, airports, railways and public transportation. VTrans
works hard to create a transportation system that is safe, cost effective, respects
the environment and allows travelers to effectively and efficiently traverse
the state of Vermont.
CarShare Vermont carsharevt.org
CarShare Vermont has a network of cars parked around the city of Burlington available for use by their members 24/7 for as little as 30 minutes or as long as you want to go wherever you want, whenever you want, while paying only for what you use! When you choose to bus, bike, walk, or carpool for most of your commuting needs, car-sharing allows you to save yourself the hassle and expense of owning a car (or more than one) by providing you access to a car when you need one. It’s a great way to save money, and the environment at the same time!
For more information, click here
Go Vermont www.connectingcommuters.org
Go Vermont is the Green Mountain State's official website dedicated to connecting commuters with ways they can save money and reduce their carbon footprint through the use of alternative transportation modes such as carpooling, vanpools and mass transit.
|Northeast Passenger Transportation Association
|Vermont Public Transit Association (VPTA)
|American Public Transportation Association
|Campus Area Transportation Management
|Way to Go! Week
the Lake Champlain Committee, the Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning
Organization (CCMPO), CATMA, 10% Challenge and LocalMotion during May and find
an alternative way of commuting! Log onto www.waytogovt.org for more
information and to sign up for fun prizes!