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Rutland is one of Vermont's transport centers, along with Burlington and White River Junction.


As Vermont's second-largest city, Rutland is the transportation center for central Vermont, along with White River Junction.


Rutland is at the crossroads of major north-south and east-west valleys, and thus transport routes.

US Route 4 (east-west) and US Route 7 (north-south) put Rutland in touch with other Vermont towns, and the scenic north-south VT Route 100 is easily accessible only 16 miles (26 km) east of Rutland at Killington.


Vermont Translines' daily buses between Burlington VT and Albany NY stop in Rutland and can take you to Middlebury, Manchester, Bennington and other towns along north-south US Route 7 in Vermont.

Vermont Translines also operates a daily service east along US Route 4 connecting Rutland with Woodstock, Quechee, White River Junction, Hanover NH and Lebanon NH. More...

Marble Valley Regional Transit District operates buses connecting Manchester with Rutland VT. More...


Amtrak's Ethan Allen Express train runs daily between Rutland and New York City (Penn Station) in 5.5 hours via Castleton VT, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Albany-Rensselaer and other New York state stations. More...

You can take a Vermont Translines bus between Rutland and White River Junction to connect wth Amtrak's daily Vermonter train.


Rutland has its own small airport: the Rutland Southern Vermont Airport (RUT) with connections to Boston's Logan International Airport. via Cape Air. More...

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