Amtrak is expanding to Burlington, July 29th with Stops in BTV, Vergennes and Middlebury

Walk to Shop

Net Zero Vermont is empowering Vermonters to leave their cars at home and walk to complete errands through the Walk to Shop project. Initial results trolley owners are displacing car trips! If you participated in this program, let us know your trolley experiences. Are you walking more, leaving your car at home, riding the bus with your trolley?

Amtrak Expanded Service Starts July 29th

Alas the long-awaited daily train service to Burlington on the Ethan Allen Express begins July 29th, announced VTrans. Daily service between NYC and Burlington, Vermont will make three stops in Vermont, Middlebury, Vergennes and Burlington beginning July 29th. Check out more details here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SNvz53fJZ9MXbw6lh2ocwhw0vDvy1lkAHkomWfflK0g/edit

Park Your Carbon Week

Hundreds of Vermonters took part in Park Your Carbon Week. These individual steps do add up to big change. Together we made a Big Impact.


Let us know what low carbon mode you are using to get around? How about a healthy option, one that can save you some money and even be fun? Any action to reduce carbon pollution from transportation in Vermont is a good thing for our little rural state. Your impact worldwide climate change.

Park Your Carbon is a week-long event every May to help park your car and change your travel mode and commuting habits by choosing green ways of travel. Make green travel choices a habit. Bike. Walk to Shop or Errand. Share Your Ride. Bus. Work From Home as often as you can and trim your carbon footprint and save money too.  No matter how small a trip, do let us know and earn rewards at the same time https://www.connectingcommuters.org/greener-ways-to-go/green-rewards/

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According to the EPA, more than 10 billion miles in the U.S. are trips under one mile. Walk to Shop is making a dent one trolley at a time.

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