Schedule Status

All buses are running on schedule. Please monitor this page for updates.


Meeting Warning

Southeast Vermont Transit, Inc. Board of Directors will hold its regular meeting at 5:00pm on Wednesday March 14th at the 45 Mill St. Wilmington, and 706 Rockingham Rd. Rockingham Vermont locations.


New Bus Schedule Effective February 5, 2018

Effective FEBRUARY 5, 2018, these are the NEW bus schedules for The Current. If your route is not listed here, it is because it has not changed.

Find your route below and click to view the NEW schedule.

The Routes

Route # Name / Description Download PDF
1 - Springfield In-Town
Springfield In-Town Fare Free
1 - Springfield In-Town
2 - Bellows Falls In-Town
Bellows Falls In-Town Fare Free
2 - Bellows Falls In-Town
53 - Bellows Falls/Brattleboro Commuter
Bellows Falls / Brattleboro Commuter– Travels between Exit 6 Park & Ride and Brattleboro Transit Center $1.00 Fare per trip
53 - Bellows Falls / Brattleboro Commuter
55 - Bellows Falls/Springfield Shuttle
Bellows Falls / Springfield Shuttle Fare Free
55-Bellows Falls / Springfield Shuttle
57 - Rutland/Bellows Falls Connector
Bellows Falls to Rutland Connector – Travels between Waypoint Center, Bellows Falls and Okemo, Ludlow. Transfer at Okemo to Marble Valley Regional Transit for Rutland destinations Fare Free
57 - Bellows Falls / Rutland Connector
73 - Dartmouth College Express
Dartmouth College Express – Travels between Exit 6 Park & Ride and Dimatix (Etna Road), Lebanon $2.00 Fare per trip
73 - Dartmouth College Express
74 - VA Exprress
VA Express – Travels between Exit 6 Park & Ride and VT Transit, White River Junction $2.00 Fare per trip
74 - VA Express

These schedules go into effect February 5, 2018. Please click here for the current schedules.


The Current To Change Six Route Schedules February 5

ROCKINGHAM: The Current will change schedules on six of its 16 routes on February 5th.

The routes with new schedules are the Bellows Falls In-town route, the Springfield In-town route, the Bellows Falls-Springfield route, the Bellows Falls-Ludlow route, and the two routes to Hanover. All but the last two routes are fare free.

The Current conducted over a year of studies and planning in partnership with the Southern Windsor Planning Commission and the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans). Several well-attended public meetings were held. “The Current received an unexpectedly-large amount of public input” said Rebecca Gagnon, General Manager. “We incorporated as much of that input as we could in re-designing the routes. We should have better schedules for more riders and potential riders.”

The Current made these changes with no additional funding. “We re-shuffled hours among these routes to take advantage of opportunities and to trim unproductive miles.”

A new brochure is being printed and will be mailed to all addresses in Springfield and Rockingham. The brochures will also be distributed to business, chambers of commerce, and onboard the buses. The Current’s website is being updated with new information and the new schedules as well. The schedule is available on The Current’s website, .

For more information contact Rebecca Gagnon at (802) 460-7433, ext. 201.


Holiday Bus Schedule

There will be no bus service on Christmas Day, Monday, December 25, 2017 and New Year’s Day, Monday, January 1, 2018. The Okemo #61 bus will be running as scheduled on both these days

All bus service will resume on Tuesday, December 26, 2017 and Tuesday, January 2, 2018

CRT wishes everyone a safe and happy Holiday Season



Board of Directors 2017 Annual

The Southeast Vermont Transit Board of Directors will hold their 2017 Annual
Meeting at 5:00 pm February 5, 2018 meeting at The MOOver, 45 Mill Street in
Wilmington, Vermont, and at The Current, 706 Rockingham Road, Rockingham,


Thanksgiving Day Bus Service

There will be no bus service on Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 23, 2017.

Bus service will resume on Friday, November 24, 2017

The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving Day



November Board Meeting Schedule

Our next meeting is November 6th at 5:00 pm and is being held at the Brattleboro Coop located at 2 Main St, Brattleboro. We will not be meeting in Rockingham or Wilmington


The Current To Change Route 57 Schedule

ROCKINGHAM: The Current will change its Route 57 Bellows Falls-Ludlow bus schedule effective November 6, 2017.

The new schedule will accomplish several goals. It will meet up with the Ludlow-Rutland bus which recently changed its schedule. It will eliminate the last trip to Ludlow in the evening which was seldom used. And it will start later in the morning (6:35 am versus the existing 5:00 am which generated very small ridership). The route’s stops will not change.

“We are making these changes as a result of several rider surveys, research done by the Southern Windsor Regional Planning Commission study, and a series of public meetings,” said Rebecca Gagnon, The Current’s General Manager. “The goals are to provide better service and increase ridership”.

The Current ceased charging a $2.00 fare earlier this year also in the interest of improving ridership which has been successful. A new brochure is planned, and schedules along the route will be updated as part of an effort to market the route.

The schedule is available on The Current’s website, .

For more information contact Rebecca Gagnon at (802) 460-7433, ext. 201.


Labor Day Bus Service

There will be no bus service on Labor Day, Monday, September 4, 2017.

Bus service will resume on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

The Current wishes everyone a safe and happy Labor Day



Public Meeting Date Set For Brattleboro Bus System

BRATTLEBORO: The Current, which operates the Brattleboro bus system, will hold its first round of public meetings on Thursday, August 24th as part of its route improvement plan.

Two meetings, each held at the Brattleboro Municipal Center’s Select Board Meeting Room, are scheduled for 1:00 pm and 5:30 pm. Anyone needing a free ride to/from the meetings may call The Current to schedule it at 802-460-7433.

The meeting agenda is to solicit input from riders, non-riders, business owners, etc. on any changes to the bus service. Ideas will be taken into consideration for the first draft of the plan that will be completed in late September. A second public meeting will be scheduled to review the plan and seek additional comments.

The public meeting compliments surveys being done with employers, partners, committees, riders, bus drivers, and non-riders.

“I want to assure our existing riders that the core schedules will remain, so that you will continue to reach your jobs, shopping, and medical appointments” said Randy Schoonmaker, SEVT CEO. “What we are trying to accomplish is to simplify the schedule, minimize transfers, reduce duplication, fill in gaps, and make the system more user friendly.” Schoonmaker also said that fares will remain at $1 per ride.

There are two public surveys being conducted in the first round of outreach – one for riders and one for non-riders. Riders may pick up their survey on the bus or complete it online at or on the Current’s Facebook page.

The survey for those who do not currently ride the bus can be picked up at the Brattleboro Chamber of Commerce, the Brattleboro Public Library, and The Coop’s Shareholder Desk. Nonriders can also fill out the survey online at and on the Current’s Facebook page.

All surveys must be completed by August 18, 2017.

For questions or comments call Rebecca Gagnon at 802-460-7433 ext. 201 or e-mail