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Commuting News

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Check out UVM's Active Transportation Plan


CATMA will be launching a Regional Bike Share Pilot

The bike share pilot will be a collaboration with the University of Vermont and Champlain College beginning this summer with Gotcha Bike.

A new carpooling network available to students, Wheeli

Wheeli, a carpooling network exclusively for students is now available on the UVM Campus.

What is Wheeli?

  • WHO: a safe network only for college students.
  • WHAT: an app for students to post and find rides, making carpooling easy.
  • WHERE: rides are posted to reach local attractions in VT and Northeast.
  • WHEN: whenever! use Wheeli to get home over breaks or hit the slopes.
  • WHY: Wheeli is the safe, cheap, and fun ride for college students.

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2018 Student Transportation Survey!

The Campus Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA) is conducting it's 12th Student Transportation Survey. CATMA continues to explore ways that UVM and the "Hill" institutions can reduce their carbon footprint. The data collected from this survey will be valuable as we continue to address this global issue by improving public transportation, shuttle services and alternative transportation options for our students, faculty and staff.

Students should check their UVM.EdU email for a personal invitation to fill out the survey online. Plus you could win on of many $50 Amazon Gift Cards or other cool prizes!!

CarShare Vermont for Campuses

CarShare Vermont has is promoting a joint-program with UVM and Champlain College to provide a free membership to CarShare Vermont. Check out the promo page for information about eligibility, rates, and campus CarShare parking locations.

Regional Connections

GMT has regional bus routes called Reginonal Connections, that serves the Route 116 corridor from Middlebury to Burlington as well as others throughout the state.

GMT on Google Transit

GMT's schedule is now reflected in Google Transit. Google transit extends the well-known Google Map route finding and directions features (potentially) across any combination of four modes of transportation: walking, biking, mass transportation, and vehicle.

Since Burlington has such a well-travelled network of pedestrian and bike routes, this set of features is bound to have a lot use for many people.

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