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Advance Transit
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Headquarters Wilder, Vermont
Locale White River Junction, Vermont and Lebanon, New Hampshire
Service areaeastern Windsor County, Vermont and southwestern Grafton County, New Hampshire
Service type bus service, paratransit, dial-a-ride
Annual ridership581,293 (VT/NH fixed routes only, 2018) [1]

Advance Transit is the main public transportation provider for eastern Windsor County and southwestern Grafton County in southeastern Vermont and western New Hampshire, respectively. Local bus routes are provided between the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Dartmouth College, the city of Lebanon, New Hampshire, and the towns of Hanover, New Hampshire, and Hartford, Vermont, including the unincorporated village of White River Junction.

The Green, Orange and Brown routes had a combined ridership of 66,400 in fiscal year 2010. There are seven wheelchair-accessible buses with bike racks in the company's fleet on the routes on the Vermont side. [2]

All routes are fare free and run on weekdays only. Trip planning via Advance Transit is also available on Google Maps. [3]

Route list

(Information is current as of May 30, 2014) [4]

  • Blue Line
  • Red Line
  • Orange Line
  • Green Line
  • Brown Line
  • Dartmouth-Hanover Shuttle
  • DHMC Shuttles


  1. ^ "Advance Transit 2018 Town Report for Bus service". Daily UV. November 2018. Retrieved 1/15/2019. Check date values in: |accessdate= ( help)
  2. ^ 2012 Vermont Public Policy Plan, VTrans. Retrieved 2014-05-30.
  3. ^ Cities Covered, Google Maps. Retrieved 2015-01-23.
  4. ^ Route Finder, Advance Transit. Retrieved 2014-05-30.

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