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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. To get an idea of Vermont's main roads, download the Vermont Road Overview Map.
Upstate Green Cab specializes in providing long-distance car service between Albany NY and destinations throughout Vermont. They are committed to being environmentally friendly and only operate fuel efficient, low emission vehicles. Combine that with competitive prices, and get a convenient, cost-effective way to arrive in Vermont.
Vermont’s 10 designated Scenic Byways range from 30 to 400 miles and include outdoor recreation as well as shopping, galleries, historic sites and vibrant downtowns. Learn more
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.
Visit Burlington International Airport to see the carriers that provide service to BTV, and how to contact them.
State, Municipal and Private Airports:
There are more than a dozen smaller airports in Vermont.
Travel to Vermont on the Vermonter or the Ethan Allen Express and save 20 percent! Amtrak’s Visit Vermont Fare provides a 20 percent discount on tickets purchased at least three days in advance through Amtrak, or by calling 1-800-USA-Rail (1-800-872-7245). The discount code through October 28, 2016 is V484.
Also, enjoy a 15 percent discount with the inside Vermont Saver Fare (for travel between any two Vermont stations). Please note that all discounted fares are subject to blackout dates around holidays.
Skip the drive and ride the train to Vermont resorts. With through-ticketing to Killington Resort and Pico Mountain, the only other ticket you'll need is a lift ticket. When you book your ticket online for the Ethan Allen Express, choose Killington-Gramps Shuttle, VT (KLT) as your final destination and Amtrak's partner, Gramps Shuttle, will bring you to and from Rutland station and the slopes.
Traveling on the Vermonter Line? Many other resorts offer shuttle services from train stations with advance notice. With 19 alpine ski and snowboard resorts and 30 cross country touring centers to choose from, Vermont is the perfect destination for whatever level of adventure you seek.
For a dramatic entry into Vermont, take the Lake Champlain Ferries. Frequent crossings on three routes provide glorious views of the Adirondack and Green Mountains. (802) 864-9804
-Grand Isle to Plattsburgh NY
-Burlington to Port Kent NY
-Charlotte to Essex NY
Fort Ticonderoga Ferry - (802) 897-7999
-Larabees Point to Ticonderoga
If you are already here and need help getting around, our Instate Transportation resources can help.
800-451-3292 (New England), or 800-552-8737
VT to Boston
VT to Montreal
VT to Albany/NYC an many other New England points