Getting Around

While residents and visitors are always able to travel around Middlebury and throughout Vermont by vehicle, that is certainly not the only way to visit and move around Middlebury and the region!

BY BUS: Through state and regional partnerships, our community can choose to travel using our public bus transportation system, Tri-Valley Transit. Serving not only the Town but the larger Champlain valley region, TVT provides reliable and affordable alternative transportation options to our community.
  • TVT's Middlebury Shuttle offers free bus service throughout the town
  • While the TVT Shuttle Bus system connects the community with key commercial and civic sites, their Dial-A-Ride Program also assists residents in need of access to healthcare and other critical services
  • Intercity longer-distance buses are also available for individuals seeking a bus to a more regional destination
  • TVT's Middlebury bus routes also can easily connect Middlebury residents to flights at the Burlington International Airport
  • EZ Trip is a new offering from Tri Valley Transit.  They are offering this as a pilot for a year.  For more information, visit Tri Valley Transit.

BY TRAIN: The Middlebury community is also fortunate to have an Amtrak Station right in the center of downtown, with daily trains that connect the town not only with Burlington and Rutland but the entire Amtrak corridor all along the east coast!
  • The Ethan Allen Express Amtrak line stops at the recently built train platform on Middle Seymour Street, located just a few blocks north of the Town Green
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BY CARPOOLING/RIDESHARING: Through the Vermont Transportation Agency, residents can also take advantage of the carpooling/ridesharing initiative.