ROCKINGHAM, VT The Current is joining public transit companies across the country in promoting the use of public transit to save money, fuel, and emissions by celebrating the fourteenth annual National Dump the Pump Day, Thursday, June 20th.
All riders using a Current bus that charges a fare not only ride free on June 20th, but they will also receive a free ride card for a future free ride valid any day for up to a full year. Fares are $1 in the Brattleboro area and on the Brattleboro-Bellows Falls route, and $2 on routes to the Upper Valley. Riders on the Current’s fare-free routes will also receive a free ride card. Read More
There will be no bus service on Memorial Day, Monday May 27, 2019
Bus service will resume on Tuesday May 28, 2019
The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day
The Southeast Vermont Transit Board of Directors will hold their 2018 Annual Meeting at 5:00 pm February 21, 2019 meeting at The MOOver, 45 Mill Street in Wilmington, Vermont, and at The Current, 706 Rockingham Road, Rockingham, Vermont.
The Vermont Public Transit Policy Plan (PTPP) will quantify Vermont’s transit needs, as well as recommend programmatic and policy initiatives to strengthen the statewide transit system. This plan will lay out a 10 year vision for improved transit service in Vermont and develop policies and strategies to guide the improvement of Vermont’s transit network.
Do you ride the bus? Carpool? Uber? We want your input!
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There will be no bus service on Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25, 2018 and New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1, 2019.
All bus service will resume on Wednesday, December 26, 2018 and Wednesday, January 2, 2019
The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Holiday Season
SEVT KICKS OFF FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN
November 30, 2018
WILMINGTON – Southeast Vermont Transit, parent company of The MOOver in Wilmington and The Current in Rockingham, kicked off its first fundraising campaign this week.
The campaign’s goal is to raise funds for both operations and capital match. Operations funds will be used to support existing services, and capital donations will go toward the local match required to buy new buses and other capital.
“We need to fundraise as our traditional sources of income become tighter and tighter” said Randy Schoonmaker, SEVT CEO. “Operating costs increase, and it becomes more difficult each year for non-profits like SEVT to break even and to fund capital replacement.”
SEVT is doing mailings, applying for private grants, and networking to begin the
fundraising campaign. Donors may make one-time gifts of any amount or may pledge if they wish.
Donations are accepted via check or online at https://crtransit.charityproud.org/Donate .
For more information, call (802) 464-8487 or visit www.moover.com.
There will be no bus service on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 22, 2018.
Bus service will resume on Friday, November 23, 2018
The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving Day
Vermont is updating its state-wide Public Transit Plan.
Do you ride the bus? Carpool? Take a taxi? We want your input. VTrans will be holding regional forums throughout the state in October and November. The purpose of the regional forums is to gather input on existing public transportation services, service gaps and challenges, and potential solutions from stakeholders and transit riders.
For more information, visit the project website for more information and to provide feedback using an interactive survey.
RELEASE DATE: October 9, 2018
WILMINGTON, VT Southeast Vermont Transit (SEVT) recently appointed two new members to its Board of Directors.
Joel Bluming of Jamaica joined the Board in May, and in September Scott Tucker also joined. They replaced Tom Marsh and Eithne Eldred who served on the Connecticut River Transit and Deerfield Valley Transit Association Boards respectively. They became SEVT Board members when the companies merged in 2015.
Bluming is a member of the Windham Regional Planning Commission’s Transportation Advisory Council and is a strong advocate for public transit. Tucker is the Wilmington Town Manager and a longtime member of the Rutland Police Department.
“We are fortunate to have such a well-rounded and well-qualified Board of Directors” said Randy Schoonmaker, SEVT CEO. “Scott and Joel join our existing six other Board members who represent our 35-town territory extremely well.”
The other Board members are Chip Stearns of Springfield; Wendy Harrison of Brattleboro; Travis Wendel of Wilmington; Marco Tallini of Dover; Jon Meeks of Wardsboro; and Matt Mann of Brattleboro. The Board meets in two locations via video conferencing usually on the third Thursday of the month. The two locations are 45 Mill Street in Wilmington and 706 Rockingham Road in Rockingham.