Transportation

Updates

7/31/29
New information from Tri-Valley Transit about their response to COVID-19. Learn more here

5/6/20
Governor Phil Scott has ordered that all public transportation riders and employees in Vermont are required to wear a cloth face covering starting May 2. Click here for CDC guidance on wearing and making masks.

Looking for a volunteer driver to help you?

Below are volunteer driver resources based upon location. Please keep in mind these listings are subject to frequent changes. The Upper Valley Strong Transportation Committee makes every effort to keep this page updated as information comes in. If you require more updated or immediate information, please contact the organizations listed for your area. 

Click here to search for programs in your area

If you do not see a program listed for your area in New Hampshire, please contact Advanced Transit at 802-2951824 for information about public transit routes and complimentary para-transit services for individuals with a disability.

Please note: At this time, Grafton County Seniors Service is not running a volunteer driver program. Once that program is operational again, we will post that information here. 

Click here to view an updated guide from NH Medicaid for non-emergency medical transportation. 

North Windsor and Orange Counties:
Contact Stagecoach to schedule a ride: 802-728-3773 
Dispatchers are available Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Go! Vermont Volunteer Driver Programs

The Current Dial-A-Ride

Tri-Valley Transit Prioritizes Passenger Safety during COVID-19 
Learn more about their response to COVID-19 here

Additional Resources

The COVID-19 Resource Tool for Public Transportation provides Federal guidance and recommendations, including information from the CDC, OSHA, and EPA. 

Transportation updates from Go! Vermont/VTrans including toll-free help line and links to transit companies statewide.

Stagecoach Transportation: Information about COVID-19 service changes and how to ride the bus during the pandemic.

Advance Transit: Information about COVID-19 service changes and how to ride the bus during the pandemic.

ACCESS AT is Advance Transit’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) complimentary paratransit service intended to make transportation available to everyone. ACCESS AT operates in Hanover, Hartford, Lebanon and Norwich. Learn more about this and how to apply here

Sullivan County Transportation/Southwestern Community Services: Information about COVID-19 service changes and how to ride the bus during the pandemic.

The Current/Connecticut River Transit: Information about COVID-19 service changes and how to ride the bus during the pandemic.

National Association of City Transportation Officials: Rapid response tools and resources for towns and cities.

CDC Resources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention information for bus transit operators on COVID-19.

Click here for COVID-19 Resources from the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center.