|Transportation: White River Junction VT|
|Interstate & US highways, Amtrak trains, interstate and regional buses connect this Connecticut River town to Vermont, New Hampshire and the rest of New England.|
White River Junction, where Vermont's White River meets the mighty Connecticut River, is just across that river from Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Two Insterstate highways, I-89 and I-91, and two US highways, US 4 and US 5, plus several state highways come through this transport-happy urban area.
Boston MA: 126 miles (203 km) SE, 2 hours
Burlington VT: 92 miles (148 km) NW, 1.5 hours
Concord NH: 64 miles (103 km) SE, 1 hour
Montpelier VT: 56 miles (90 km) N, 55 minutes
New York City NY: 263 miles (423 km) SW, 4.75 hours
Rutland VT: 46 miles (74 km) W, 1.25 hours
St Johnsbury VT: 60 miles (97 km) NE, 1 hour
Woodstock VT: 14 miles (23 km) W, 25 minutes
Vermont Translines runs a daily bus along US Route 4 from Rutland VT via Mendon, Sherburne, Killington, Bridgewater, Woodstock and Quechee VT to White River Junction. It continues across the Connecticut River to Hanover and Lebanon NH, then returns to Rutland. More...
Amtrak's Vermonter train runs from Washington DC to New York City, then along the western Connecticut Shoreline and north up the Connecticut River Valley via Hartford CT and Springfield and Amherst MA to Brattleboro, White River Junction and other Connecticut River Valley towns to Essex Junction (for Burlington) and St Albans. More...
Cape Air connects Lebanon Municipal Airport (LEB), right across the Connecticut River 3 miles (5 km) from White River Junction, with Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) and New York City's Westchester County Airport (HPN) and, via land shuttle, to Pennsylvania Station (ZYP).
—by Tom Brosnahan