Vermont Transportation

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    Mountain Road free shuttle in Stowe, VT
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  • The ferry between Burlington and Port Kent
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Vermont Transportation

  • Vermont D O T

    The Vermont Department of Transportion is referred to as AOT and VTRANS. The website is very difficult to navigate so I grabbed some of the links pertinent to tourism and describe them here. shows information about highway emergencies and weather conditions as well as provides maps for major...

  • Best rest stop around Burlington!

    If you are on 91 and need a rest-stop, consider trying the big on on the righthand side of 91. Known locally ast the Williston Stop, it is actually a few miles before the Williston exit. They have WI-Fi, clean toilets, and locals who know everything (including ways around leaf-peeper traffic). Plenty of brochures and coupons for local stuff if you...

  • Lake Champlain Transportation Co. Ferry...

    Lake Champlain separates Vermont from New York State for miles and miles with no bridges. The only alternative to driving up or down and then crossing is to take the ferry. Three ferries run between the two states: Grand Isle, VT to Plattsburgh, NY; Burlington, VT to Port Kent, NY; and Charlotte, VT to Essex, NY. The major highway on the Vermont...

  • Burlington to Montreal for cheap!

    In Burlington, you can easily get to Montreal by bus. The Vermont Flyer bus at the Vermont Bus Terminal in central Burlington leaves about 2 or 3 times a day to Montreal direct for around $30. It's air-conditioned and takes about 3 hours (bring a good book or your iPod) and drops you at the central bus terminal in Montreal from where you can walk...

  • Sloooooow going in Vermont

    Renting a car and driving is really the only way to get around New England - if you don't happen to own a small plane.Throughout New England, driving anywhere can be a slow process. Though distances look short on the map, they take much longer than you would think. This is particularly true in Vermont.The maximum speed on Vermont roads and highways...

  • Best to get around by car

    Drove from New Jersey in about five hours.You really need a car to get to trailheads, brewpubs and to just be able to stop when you like to snap a photo.

  • Take a Lake Champlain Ferry

    There are three ferries available to shuttle both people and vehicles across the lake for a small fee. Using the ferry service can save a great deal of driving if you are trying to reach VT from I-87. North to South, the ferry crossings are between Plattsburgh-Grand Isle, Port Kent-Burlington, and Essex-Charlotte.

  • Getting to the Soaring Club is...

    Getting to the Soaring Club is a bit tricky. So here is a little detailed map. Drive down on Rt17, which is a great road to take as it wined on the mountains. It has several breath taking vista points that you will want to stop and look at. The whole valley suddenly opens up to your eyes. (In peek foliage season you will not be the only one on the...

  • Here is the map of this...

    Here is the map of this magical area. You can drive in any one of these roads and you will have a great experience. You can see Sugarbush in the center and lake Champlain to the west.

  • From New York State (Upstate...

    From New York State (Upstate from NYC) take the Lake Champlain ferries over. This is a great way to arrive in Vermont. I always take it and enjoy the trip everytime, especially in the summer and early fall. There are three ferries you can take: The Burlington-Port Kent NY Ferry, the Grand Isle VT-Plattsburgh Ferry, and Charlotte VT to Essex NY...

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