Chittenden bus strike would affect some ACTR riders

MIDDLEBURY — A potential strike by Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) drivers would have an impact on the Addison County Transit Resources’ Burlington Link Express that buses riders between Middlebury and Burlington.
As of Friday afternoon, CCTA drivers are slated to go on strike as of Monday, March 17, after having rejected the latest contract offer.
Jim Moulton, executive director of ACTR in Middlebury, said the strike would result in the Burlington Link Express suspending its weekday runs along Route 7 between Middlebury and Burlington until an agreement is reached. The Link Express has stops just outside Vergennes, in North Ferrisburgh, and in Charlotte, Shelburne and South Burlington.
But Moulton said ACTR will continue with at least limited weekday runs with its Route 116 Connector, which operates from Middlebury to Burlington via Route 116. It has stops in Bristol, Starksboro, Hinesburg and South Burlington.
For more information, contact ACTR at 388-2287.

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