How To Ride The Bus – Wilmington

Welcome to the MOOver!

Get where you’re going with the MOOver, the Deerfield Valley’s FREE public transit system. For rides to work, shopping or recreation in southern Vermont, we connect the towns of Dover, Readsboro, Wilmington, Halifax and Whitingham—and we offer service from the Deerfield Valley to Brattleboro and Bennington!

COVID-19 

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Vermont Department of Health encourage riders to stay home or self-transport if possible. If you must ride the bus, please maintain a six-foot distance from other passengers and our drivers. All riders and drivers are required to wear face coverings while onboard the bus. Face coverings must cover the nose and mouth at all times. Our buses are disinfected daily and are operating at 50% capacity to provide social distancing. If you do not feel well do not ride the bus. Other operating policies and route schedules may change without notice. 

WHEELCHAIR LIFTS are provided on all the MOOver buses. Our professionally-trained drivers are pleased to assist wheelchair riders on and off the bus. TTY services are available to hearing and speech challenged riders by calling Vermont Relay at 711 or (800) 253-0196.

BUS STOPS are round MOOver signs at the locations listed on the Route Map. The bus stops at all locations on the map only when a rider is standing beneath the sign. Along the route riders may wave or flag the bus down to be picked up as long as the driver considers the area safe enough to pull over. The driver will not stop near corners, at intersections, on steep hills or other hazardous areas. 

DESTINATION SIGNS featuring the route name, color, and number are on the front and side of each bus. Since all buses look alike, make sure you get on the right one! Ski racks are available on all deviated fixed route buses on the rear of the vehicle. Bring your ski poles, small skis, and snowboards on board the bus. 

PETS are not allowed on the bus with the exceptions of service animals or pets in pet carriers going to the veterinarian. 

All MOOver routes are fare free!


Southeast Vermont Transit Title VI Program

I. Statement of Policy

Southeast Vermont Transit (SEVT), as a subrecipient of federal grant money through the Vermont Agency of Transportation, is required by the FTA to conform to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its amendments. Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 requires that no person in the United States, on the grounds of race, color or national origin be excluded from, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination, under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. Presidential Executive Order 12898 addresses environmental justice in minority and low-income populations. Presidential Executive Order 13166 addresses services to those individuals with limited English proficiency.

SEVT is committed to enforcing the provisions of Title VI and protecting the rights and opportunities of all persons associated with SEVT or affected by its programs. SEVT’s commitment includes vigorously enforcing all applicable laws and regulations that affect SEVT and those organizations, both public and private, which participate and benefit through our programs.

SEVT will take positive and realistic affirmative steps to ensure that all persons and/or firms wishing to participate in its programs are given an equal and equitable chance to participate. Any sub-recipients and contractors are required to prevent discrimination and ensure nondiscrimination in all of their programs, activities and services.

Any person(s) who feels that they have been discriminated against is encouraged to report such violations in writing to the SEVT office as described in section III.

For the full Title VI policy, click here.

For the Title VI complaint procedure form, click here.