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Vermont features access via interstates I-89 and I-91 and has a well-maintained network of state and local roads and highways.
Tropical Storm Irene Update: While some additional road repairs will be continuing through the summer months, all state highways reopened to traffic by late November 2011. You may encounter brief delays on sections of Route 107 between Killington and Bethel. Other regular maintenance and re-paving projects will be ongoing throughout the state. For information about current work areas, check the state highways road conditions map or call 511 for information within the state (1-800-429-7623 from out-of-state). This service has a live operator option.
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Direct air service to Vermont is available from:
Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, New York - JFK, New York - LaGuardia, Newark, Philadelphia, Orlando, Washington D.C. - National, Washington D.C. - Dulles, and Montreal, Canada.
New this winter is Porter Airline's direct service from Toronto, Canada. Read more...
Burlington International Airport - Click here to see the carriers that provide service to BTV, and how to contact them.
Rutland - Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Cape Air operates daily flights to Boston's Logan Airport.
State, Municipal and Private Airports:
There are more than a dozen smaller airports in Vermont.
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"The Vermonter" - with daily service between Washington, D.C., New York and St. Albans, makes nine stops along the length of Vermont. Find out about our special discounted tickets on The Vermonter.
"The Ethan Allen Express" - providing daily service between New York and Rutland, with taxi and bus service to local resorts.
For reservations: call Amtrak toll free 1-800-872-7245 (Schedule subject to change).