Connecting commuters to solutions
At Go! Chittenden County, our job is to solve your business’s specific transportation challenges. From taking the bus to car-sharing, from biking to carpooling, there have never been more options to get around. We use our know-how and services to:
- Save you and your employees money
- Get your team safely and reliably to work
- Help manage parking demand
- Enhance your employee recruitment and retention efforts
- Better our community and the environment
Ready to get started? Just click on the button to the right!
We make it easy:
TELL US YOUR PROBLEM:
Call or email us with your workplace’s transportation challenges. Whether you need to solve parking issues, reduce your carbon footprint, or save money—all while getting your employees to work on time and safely—we can help. Just click the “ASK US” button to get started.
CREATE A CUSTOM PROGRAM:
We’ll bring the region’s best transportation players to you and assist you in developing an easy-to-implement multimodal program that meets your business’s specific needs. We have all the resources in one place so you don’t have to run around. Check out our team below.
We’ll help you implement and promote your program in-house with our brochures, posters, and online resources.
Meet the players:
There have never been more ways to get around Chittenden County. We’ll create a custom solution that’s perfect for your business.
CarShare Vermont provides individuals and businesses with convenient access to a network of cars that members can use for meetings, site visits, appointments, and more.
Local Motion encourages and supports walking and biking to work through employee lunch and learns, site evaluations, and fun events that motivate people to get up and go!
CCTA provides convenient and affordable local and commuter bus service in Chittenden County with regional connections to Washington, Addison, Franklin, and Lamoille Counties.
Go Vermont is a resource for commuters wanting to reduce the cost and environmental impact of driving—featuring a free car/vanpool matching service, ridesharing tips and more.
CATMA offers a comprehensive employee commute program customized to your workplace including on-site assistance, incentives, services, events, promos, surveys and more.
Current news & events:
Check in often for news and information about upcoming events. We’ll help you stay ahead of the curve on the best ways for you and your company to get around Chittenden County.
October 14, 2016
On October 13 Green Mountain Transit (GMT) celebrated the opening of the Downtown Transit Center with community members and dignitaries, … Read More+
September 28, 2016
The annual Way to Go! Challenge is happening September 26 – October 7. Sign up for free and be eligible to win great prizes … Read More+
August 15, 2016
The Way to Go! team has 300 pairs of Darn Tough socks to give away so let’s sock it to carbon … Read More+
June 27, 2016
Believe the hype – Travel Smarter is here! With the brains at Tally Ho Design, the CCRPC has launched Travel … Read More+
June 1, 2016
Beginning May 1 people can bring their bikes on Amtrak’s Vermonter, which runs between St. Albans, Vermont, and Washington, D.C., with … Read More+
December 1: Statewide On-Road Bicycle Plan Phase II Meeting
The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) is beginning Phase II of their On-Road Bicycle Plan, a planning effort to categorize State … Read More+
November 14: Vermont Transportation Board Comes to Burlington
This fall the Vermont Transportation Board will hold public forums on transportation policy associated with trains, both passenger and freight. … Read More+
October 13: Grand Opening of the Downtown Transit Center
The Downtown Transit Center is opening! The Green Mountain Transit Board of Directors and Staff invite you to celebrate together as they open … Read More+
CATMA ETC Network Event
On October 19, 2016, CATMA will host their Fall ETC Lunch & Learn Event from 11:30am-1:30pm at Champlain College’s Lakeside Miller … Read More+
September 11: Open Streets BTV 2016
Open Streets BTV is an opportunity to experience our public streetscape in an entirely different way. On September 11 about 3 … Read More+