The Current will observe Christmas on Monday December 26th and New Year’s Day on Monday January 2nd. There will be no bus service and the office will be closed on both days. The Current wishes everyone a happy holiday season.
PROPOSED CHANGE IN THE CURRENT’S BUS FARE POLICY
The Current is proposing the elimination of fares on its Bellows Falls In-Town Bus Route #2; on the Springfield In-Town Bus Route #1; and on the Bellows Falls-Springfield Bus Route #55.
Public hearings will be held December 16, 2016 at 10:00 am in Springfield at the Town Office 96 Main St. Springfield, VT. 05156, and at 1:00 pm at the Current office in Rockingham at 706 Rockingham Rd, Rockingham, VT. 50101.
Written input will be accepted via e-mail to email@example.com or via US Mail to Rebecca Gagnon, General Manager, The Current, 706 Rockingham Road, Rockingham, VT 05001 on or before (the last hearing time and date).
Rebecca Gagnon, General Manager, The Current, Rockingham, Vermont November 23, 2016.
The Current is pleased to announce a revised and enhanced schedule for the Seasonal Okemo #61 Route.
This is a fare free route servicing resort employees, guests, skiers and the general public. The new schedule has been posted on the schedule page for the route.
There will be no bus service on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 24, 2016.
Bus service will resume on Friday, November 25, 2016
The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving Day
Southeast Vermont Transit, Inc. Board of Directors will hold its regular meeting on Monday November 7th via video conferencing at two locations, 706 Rockingham Road, Rockingham, Vermont and 45 Mill St. Wilmington, Vermont at 5:00 pm.
July 26, 2016
ROCKINGHAM – The Current announced today that it has received and put into service four new vehicles as part of its 33-vehicle fleet.
Three of the buses seat 14 riders, and the fourth seats 16. All four include a handicap lift, onboard video security system, and digital two-way radios. They will be used primarily to replace vehicles serving senior routes.
They sport a new graphic pattern that was designed by artist Skip Morrow of Wilmington, who has designed the MOOver Holstein-themed buses for 20 years. The Current’s design features a distinctive blue and green wave the length of the bus.
The buses are El Dorado models on Ford chassis. They are made Salina, Kansas and range in cost from $75,000-95,000. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds 80% of the cost, the Vermont Agency of Transportation funds 10%, and The Current supplies the remaining 10%.
July 15, 2016
WILMINGTON – Long-time MOOver driver and trainer Jon Meeks has joined the Southeast Vermont Transit (SEVT) Board of Directors effective July 11, 2016.
Jon drove most of the MOOver’s bus routes over an 18-year time span, and was also the company’s trainer, guiding over 50 staff for their commercial driver license. Prior to working at the MOOver, Jon was an elementary school teacher for 33 years, an elementary school principal, and a school bus driver. He has been active in his hometown of Wardsboro, serving as library trustee, lister, Town Meeting Moderator, and on the Select Board.
Jon is a graduate of Marlboro College, and did graduate work at Keene State College. He and his wife Kathy operate a Shetland sheep farm, and actively market their wool locally and online.
There will be no bus service on Independence Day, July 4, 2016.
Bus service will resume on Tuesday July 5, 2016
The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Independence Day
Tuesday April 12, 2016
11am and 5pm
Springfield Town Hall, 96 Main St
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The Southeast Vermont Transit Board of Directors hold their Board meetings on the first Monday of the month at 5:00 pm. The meeting is held in two locations via video conferencing – 45 Mill Street in Wilmington, Vermont and 706 Rockingham Road in Rockingham, Vermont.