Leave your car (or your parents' car) at home and make the trip to Champlain via mass transit such as plane, train, or bus! A few options are detailed below.
Burlington International Airport — To get to the airport using the city bus (free for Champlainers using your ID card):
Use Google Maps to plan it out. Select the bus icon at the top, choose the day and time and it will show you where to walk to the stop and which line to catch.
PURPLE LINE - Use the stop at the corner of College Street and South Willard Street and take bus Purple Line - Airport to the terminal.
RED LINE - Alternatively, If you don't mind a short walk, you can take bus Red Line - Williston all the way to the corner of Aiport Drive and Kennedy Drive and then walk 0.5 miles (9 minutes) to the airport along Airport Drive. See details and map.
Amtrak — "Burlington" station is Essex Junction.
Go! Vermont Bus Network — Helps you compare costs and schedules for bus travel between several New England/New York cities.
Vermont Translines — Daily service to Albany, NY via Rutland, Manchester and Bennington.
Megabus — Direct service to Boston. The Burlington stop is on Pearl Street at the Downtown Transit Center.
Greyhound — There are two stops in the area: the Burlington Airport AND on Pearl Street at the Downtown Transit Center.
Lake Champlain Ferries — Car ferry to New York State across Lake Champlain. Can be used as a foot passenger to connect to the Amtrak Adirondack for direct service to NYC. Seasonal.
Please note: Champlain College does not have official relationships with these businesses (except for partnering with GMT) and are shown for informational purposes only. Times may vary or change so please consult the schedules for each provider directly before planning a trip.