Vermont Transportation

Vermont features two major interstates and a well-maintained network of state highways.

Upon entering the state, your first stop should be at one of Vermont's official welcome centers. They are staffed with friendly Vermonters who are available to assist with reservations, travel information, and directions that will make your visit to Vermont enjoyable.

 State Map
 By Air
Direct air service to Vermont is available from:
New York - JFK
New York - LaGuardia
Washington D.C. - National
Washington D.C. - Dulles


Burlington International

Rutland - Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Cape Air operates daily flights to Boston's Logan Airport.

State Airports:
There are more than a dozen smaller public airports in Vermont.
 By Rail
"The Vermonter" - with daily service between Washington, D.C., New York and St. Albans, makes nine stops along the length of Vermont.

The "Ethan Allen Express" - providing daily service between New York and Rutland, with taxi and bus service to local resorts.
For reservations: call Amtrak toll free 1-800-872-7245 (Schedule subject to change).

 By Air
For a dramatic entry into Vermont, take the Lake Champlain Ferries.
Frequent crossings on three routes provide glorious views of the Adirondack and Green Mountains.

Lake Champlain Ferries 802 864 9804
-Grand Isle to Plattsburgh NY
-Burlington to Port Kent NY
-Charlotte to Essex NY

Fort Ticonderoga
NY 897-7999
-Larabees Point to Ticonderoga

 By Coach
Vermont Transit:
800 451 3292 (New England)
800 642 3133 (Vermont)
VT to Boston
VT to Montreal
VT to Albany
an many other New England points
From outside New England:
call your local Greygound office.

888 751 8800
New York City to Bennington

Adventure East
718 601 4707
Manhatten to Vermont ski resorts