Welcome! Our network of bus routes extends throughout many cities and towns in Chittenden County and beyond, and includes frequent stops from early morning until late evening.


The latest news from CCTA.

  • Riverside/ Winooski Route

    On Monday April 20th through Wednesday April 22nd, 2015   The Riverside/ Winooski Route will be detouring due to road construction on Hickok Street. Buses will be utilizing Mallets Bay Avenue. On Thursday April 23rd, 2015 The Riverside/ Winooski Route will not be able to utilize Mallets Bay Avenue due to fire hydrant replacement. Buses will be staying on ...

  • Waterbury Link.

    The 6:05 am Waterbury Link from Cherry Street in Burlington is running about 20- 25 minutes late due to mechanical issues.

  • CCTA Supports National Day of Advocacy Focusing on Transportation Funding

    CCTA Supports National Day of Advocacy Focusing on Transportation Funding Stand Up for Transportation Day | Thursday, April 9 Burlington, VT (April 6, 2015) — With the future of America’s public transportation, roads, bridges and rail systems on the line, transportation and community leaders from across the country will unite on April 9, 2015 to highlight “Stand ...

  • Montpelier LINK Express Detour, 4/13 until November

    EFFECTIVE APRIL 13TH UNTIL NOVEMBER 2015: Due to construction, all southbound Montpelier LINK Express buses will travel Route 2 from Waterbury to Middlesex and access I-89 in Middlesex from 3:00-6:00PM. During this construction period, there could be some afternoon delays/ disruptions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

  • Printing Errors in the New BM&G

    - The Saturday 6:15PM Riverside/Winooski trip was omitted. View the full schedule here: Riverside/Winooski -The Late Morning and Afternoon Sunday Service schedule was missing time points at Heineberg, Ethan Allen Shopping Center, and 3 Cathedral Square in the first three trips. View the full schedule here: Sunday Service

  • Final After Action Review Report

    The final report for the After Action Review is available here: Final AAR Report

  • CCTA statement regarding the storm

    CCTA would like to apologize for any inconvenience we may have caused by cancelling service during yesterdays storm. The weather situation presented a serious challenge for CCTA operations. While service was operating normally for most of the day by late afternoon it quickly turned creating unsafe road conditions that affected the safety of our passengers ...


    INVITATION FOR BIDS CHITTENDEN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY CCTA is pleased to present this Invitation For Bids (IFB) to any entity or groups of entities interested in bidding for the Downtown Burlington Station project in Burlington, VT. Interested parties must request a copy of the IFB from Stephen Carlson at CCTA by email at scarlson@cctaride.org or by phone ...

  • CCTA Board Announces General Manager Decision – Click Here for Media Release

    The CCTA Board of Commissioners has announced its decision for a new General Manager. GM Hiring Media Release

  • St. Alban’s Messenger Highlights GMTA Volunteer Drivers

    Check out St. Alban’s Messenger’s article “Drivers Wanted”  featuring Green Mountain Transit Agency’s Volunteer Drivers. If you are interested in helping your community by becoming a Volunteer Driver please fill out our Online Form. Or call 802-223-7287 if you re interested in volunteering in Washington County and the towns of Orange, Washington and Williamstown or 802-527527-2181 if you are interested in ...