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Vermont Transit bus routes from New York City to New England are now operated by Greyhound. Here's full information on buses in Vermont.



 

   

Greyhound and Vermont Translines now operates all the routes formerly operated by Vermont Transit.

Greyhound or Vermont Translines buses run from New York City, Montreal, Hartford CT and Boston MA with connections to these Vermont cities and towns:

—Bellows Falls
Bennington
Brattleboro
Burlington
Montpelier
—St Albans
—Swanton
White River Junction

Here is a list of all cities and towns in New England served by bus, and the bus companies that serve them. More...

Greyhound Lines and Vermont Translines operate all these services except for the Bennington shuttle to Albany NY, which is a service operated by Yankee Trails.

Megabus also runs buses between New York City and Burlington VT. More...

Amtrak's Vermonter train connects New York City with Vermont, as does its Adirondack if you're willing to take a ferryboat ride across Lake Champlain to/from Port Kent NY. More...

Here's more on Vermont transportation.

Greyhound is a major presence in New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal.

—by Tom Brosnahan



Vermont Translines

All Vermont Buses

Vermont Trains

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New England Bus Routes

New York City <—> Boston by Bus

Bus Travel in New England

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Vermont Transit Bus Station, Burlington VT

The old Vermont Transit bus station in Burlington VT, now closed. Buses start and end their trips at Burlington International Airport.