ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GO
At Go! Chittenden County, our job is to solve your specific transportation needs. From taking the bus to car-sharing, from walking and biking to carpooling, there have never been more options for getting around. We’re your one-stop shop for information and advice about our region’s transportation resources.
We use our know-how and services to help you:
- Save money
- Get around town safely and reliably
- Avoid traffic and parking issues
- Have more fun commuting around town!
And together, we’ll better our community and the environment. Ready to get started? Just click on the button to the right!
Meet the players:
There have never been more ways to get around Chittenden County. We can find a solution that is perfect for you.
CarShare Vermont provides individuals and businesses with convenient access to a network of cars that members can use for meetings, site visits, appointments, and more.
Local Motion encourages and supports walking and biking through employee lunch and learns, site evaluations, and fun events that motivate people to get up and go!
CCTA provides convenient and affordable local and commuter bus service in Chittenden County with regional connections to Washington, Addison, Franklin, and Lamoille Counties.
Go Vermont is a resource for commuters wanting to reduce the cost and environmental impact of driving—featuring a free car/vanpool matching service, ridesharing tips and more.
CATMA offers a comprehensive employee commute program customized to your workplace including on-site assistance, incentives, services, events, promos, surveys and more.
Current news & events:
Make sure to continue checking in with our latest news and special events to help stay ahead of the best ways for you to get around Chittenden County.
April 22, 2015
Celebrate Earth Day by sharing your ride. Did you know that during the month of April, by logging your commute … Read More+
April 20, 2015
CATMA, one of Go! Chittenden County’s key partners, announced it has changed its name to Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association, … Read More+
April 7, 2015
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) is making plans for a nationwide Stand Up for Transportation Day on Thursday, April … Read More+
April 3, 2015
With the exciting promise of warm weather just around the corner, there’s also the less-than-exciting reality of hot cars baking in … Read More+
March 31, 2015
This spring, seek out and use more efficient transportation methods during Way to Go’s Smart Trip Challenge! For more than 10 years … Read More+
April 30: Making Room for Bikes in a Small Northern City: Lessons from Reykjavik
In 2002, Reykjavik, Iceland resembled many American cities—sprawling and car-dependent. Talk show host, former politician and bicycle activist, Gisli Marteinn … Read More+
April 30: Vermont On-Road Bicycle Plan Public Meeting
WHAT: Vermont On-Road Bicycle Plan public meeting. WHEN: April 30, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm WHY: In the Fall of 2014, … Read More+
April 15 & 16: Mark Fenton in Vermont!
Two great opportunities to hear from renowned walkable communities expert Mark Fenton! Wednesday, April 15, 2015 3:00-5:30 pm Maple House … Read More+
April 2: Electronic Access Bike Lockers are Here!
The final piece of our regional multi-modal hubs are here – electronic access bike lockers! At a press conference on … Read More+
March 18: Vermont Safe Routes to School Annual Meeting
Please join the Safe Routes to School team for a day to celebrate inspiring walking and biking programs, share strategies with … Read More+