Getting here is easy.
The University of Vermont is easy to get to. UVM's campus is just 10 minutes by taxi from Burlington International Airport, which offers daily service to major hubs. The city also is served by Vermont Transit and Greyhound bus lines and is just 15 minutes from an Amtrak train station. Once here, the city is manageable and walkable, and transportation options are plentiful. Find lodging for your stay.
Consider the following options when planning your visit:
Low-fare airline offering daily flights between Burlington and New York's JFK.
Daily service to and from the Essex train station, just 15 minutes from Burlington.
- Burlington International Airport
Located three miles east of Burlington and offering direct access to major Atlantic Coast and Midwest hubs.
- Delta Airlines
Offering several daily flights, connecting Burlington with Boston, Philadelphia and beyond.
Offers several buses to and from Burlington daily, including special rates for students. Purchase Vermont Transit tickets online.
- Lake Champlain Ferries
Offers crossings, between Grand Isle, Vt., and Port Kent, N.Y.; Burlington and Port Kent, N.Y.; and Charlotte, Vt., and Essex, N.Y. Please note that some ferry service is seasonal.
Safe, convenient, low cost daily express bus service in the U.S. and Canada.
- United Airlines
Provides several direct and indirect flights from other major airports in the area.
- US Airways
Daily flights to and from the Burlington area.
- Vermont Rail System
Offers scenic train rides throughout the Green Mountain State.
Once you're here…
Consider these transportation options around town:
- Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA): Greater Burlington area's bus system, including the free College Street shuttle that connects UVM with downtown Burlington.
- Local Motion: A non-profit organization promoting bicycling, in-line skating and walking on trails and bikeways in northern Vermont.
- CarShare Vermont: Cars on demand for around town or a weekend away.
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