Bus, bikes and walkers

 

 

UVM makes it easy to get around campus and the greater Burlington area. UVM offers free and discounted transportation options to help you commute using sustainable transportation. Whether you are coming to campus as a student, staff member or faculty UVM offers a range of transportation resources to help you get around using sustainable transportation.

Explore UVM'S transportation resources

Bicycle Programs allow our UVM community to find alternative ways to get around campus and beyond. Find out more information on where to rent a bike or how to register your own bike. Discover information using Campus Map to help you locate bike racks, bike storage areas, maintenance stations and more.

LEARN MORE: BICYCLE PROGRAMS

Cats Shuttle operates several bus shuttles for students, faculty and staff on the UVM campus.  Get real-time Campus Shuttle information and arrival predictions with the TransLoc Rider app.

LEARN MORE:  CATS SHUTTLE

Carpooling services help provide coworkers and students a private network to travel to the same destination, relieving parking and traffic congestion.

LEARN MORE: CARPOOLING

Car Sharing gives faculty, staff and students the freedom to enjoy all the benefits of a car without owning one.  UVM has 2 car sharing locations on campus.

Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations can be found in 4 different locations around campus. This allows UVM faculty, staff and students to conveniently charge their electric vehicles while on campus.

LEARN MORE: CARSHARING & EV

Green Mountain Transit'sprimary benefit to the UVM community is fare-free, unlimited access to the local and regional GMT system for all UVM full-time faculty, staff and students.  GMT also provides Link Commuters service and front-mounted bike racks on some of their buses.

LEARN MORE:  GREEN MOUNTAIN TRANSIT

Walking is an easy way to stay healthy.  UVM provides designated sections of cat paws pathways, as well as 138 emergency assist poles around campus for walking during the day or night.  Whenever you have to go somewhere on or near campus think of walking.

LEARN MORE:  WALKING