a green mountain bus stop

GMT is the public bus service for North-Western Vermont. It is headquartered in Chittenden County and also serves the surrounding counties.

These resources are provided for informational purposes only. Please read all disclosures as you use these services at your own risk.

bus stop sign

Green Mountain Transit (GMT) and UVM collaborate on a number of projects.  The primary benefit to the UVM community is fare-free, unlimited access to the GMT system for all UVM full-time students, staff and faculty. This is provided by Transportation and Parking Services in conjunction with the Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA).  To take advantage of this program just swipe your valid UVM ID card (CATcard) as you enter the bus. Eligible persons will be issued an ID with a picture of the Ira Allen Chapel and the Billings Student center.

green mountain transit bus at a bus stop location.

Green Mountain Transit provides Bus Maps, Routes and Guides to their schedules and also any service announcements.

Learn More:  Green Mountain Transit Schedules

green mountain transit Links bus

GMT's has regional bus routes called Link Commuters, that services multi towns along the way.  Including: Middlebury, St Albans, Montpelier and More.

Learn More:  Link Commuters


biker putting bike on Green Mountain Transit's bike rack

Bikes on GMT are allowed.  All GMT buses are equipped with easy to use bike racks, which can hold up to two bikes.  

Learn More:  Bike on GMT.