June 12, 2020


ROCKINGHAM, VT – The Current announces schedule changes over the July 4th holiday weekend.

On Friday, July 3rd tall routes will operate as scheduled.

On Saturday, July 4th there will be no service on any Current routes

Please keep in touch with us via our Facebook page, website (www.crtransit.org) or sign up for text alerts on our Transit app.

SEVT Remains Proactive On Coronavirus


Southeast Vermont Transit (SEVT), operators of the Current and the MOOver, continues to follow state and federal guidance to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Guidance specifically for public transit has been given to SEVT by the Federal Transit Administration, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Additional guidance has been given by the Vermont Department of Health. 

SEVT began treating its buses last week with recommended cleaning and disinfectant products, and all staff including drivers have been trained in personal hygiene requirements. Buses are sprayed before and after each shift, and railings, dashboards, and door handles are wiped down daily with an EPA-suggested disinfectant.

All SEVT routes and services are maintaining their existing schedules except when a particular route is affected by a school closing.

Free Bus Service to Food Truck Roundup at Retreat Farm


Every Thursday night until Sept 5th from 5pm – 8pm, the Retreat Farm will be hosting a weekly Food Truck Roundup at the Retreat Farm. The Current is offering free bus service from Bellows Falls to Brattleboro for anyone who wants to attend.

Come and enjoy great food and entertainment in a community atmosphere.

The schedule for The Current bus to and from the event is below.

To Retreat Farm

Penguin Mart (Bellows Falls) 4:10pm 5:15pm
Allen Brothers 4:20pm 5:20pm
Exit 5 Park-n-Ride 5:21pm
High Grove Lot (Brattleboro) 5:55pm
Arrives at Retreat Farm 5:00pm 6:00pm

From Retreat Farm

Departs Retreat Farm 7:00pm 8:00pm
High Grove Lot (Brattleboro) 8:03pm
Exit 5 Park-n-Ride 7:35pm 8:35pm
Allen Brothers 7:45pm 8:45pm
Penguin Mart (Bellows Falls) 7:55pm 8:65pm

More information is available at The Retreat’s web site.

Dump The Pump


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Public Transit helps you save money!

A household can save nearly $10,000 by getting rid of one car and taking the bus instead. Public transportation saves Americans 4.2 billion gallons of gasoline annually.

Public transit helps you save the planet!

40% of Vermont household greenhouse gas emissions are from transportation. Take the bus and cut your proportion!

Calculate your fuel savings and carbon savings

To, calculate your fuel savings and carbon savings, go to: www.publictransportation.org/Pages/default.aspx
and in the top bar, click on “TOOLS & CALCULATORS.”

Current Celebrates National Dump The Pump Day


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

2018 Annual Meeting


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.

Public Transit Policy Plan Survey


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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!

Take the survey




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.

VTrans to Hold Statewide Public Transit Plan Meetings


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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.