The local bus service Tri-Valley Transit recently celebrated a service milestone with Route 116 commuter riders and also expanded its LINK to Burlington weekday service that it has been operating for less than two years.
The town of Bristol has been offered three bus shelters as part of a pilot program through the Vermont Agency of Transportation, AARP and Waitsfield’s Yestermorrow Design/Build School.
Three Addison County municipalities are well-positioned to receive a $100,000 grant to plan future housing, bike paths and other facilities that could dovetail with the new passenger rail service in their communities.
The local public bus company Tri-Valley Transit (TVT) will double the frequency of service on its weekday Link to Burlington bus effective Tuesday, Nov. 1.
As of Wednesday, Aug. 31, Tri-Valley Transit has made bus schedule changes to better meet need. Riders are encouraged to preview schedules at tinyurl.com/TVT-new-schedule-2022 to align their travel plans.
Drivers and mechanics for the local bus service preserve their option to strike during contract negotiations.
Dial-A-Ride depends on volunteer drivers to pick up passengers and give them life-changing access to medical appointments, food shopping and other necessities.