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Living in Vermont

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Vermont Transportation

Air - Burlington International Airport serves much of the north east. Located adjacent to Burlington, it is 15 minutes from Lake Champlain and less than an hour away from major world-class ski resorts. Current airlines serving Burlington are Continental, Delta, JetBlue, United and US Airways.

Bus - Greyhound bus services offer multiple stops per day at the new terminal located at Burlington International Airport, connecting Burlington with a direct link to Montreal and Boston. In addition, MegaBus offers convenient, inexpensive connections to Boston and New York City.

Rail - Amtrak offers daily service to Burlington on its "Vermonter" line, connecting the greater Burlington area with the Northeast corridor, including New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC.

Ferry - The Lake Champlain Transportation Company operates both seasonal and year round ferries on Lake Champlain, allowing for convinient crossing to and from upstate New York.

Public Transportation - The Chittenden County Transporation Authority (CCTA) offers public bus routes throughout Chittenden County and some long distance commuter routes to Montpelier, Middlebury and St. Albans.

Car - Northwest Vermont is connected to the Interstate Highway system via I-89. Major car rental companies are located at Burlington International Airport, and Burlington is also home to CarShare Vermont, offering ownership alternatives and short and long-term rentals.


Vermont Medical

University of Vermont Medical Center, in Burlington, is Vermont's largest hosptial and is part of four-hospitals serving patients and their families not only in Vermont, but also northern New York.

Northwestern Medical Center is based in St. Albans and provides local care to Franklin County. Click here for a complete list of hospitals and long-term care centers in Vermont.