Release Date: April 30, 2024

      BRATTLEBORO:  Southeast Vermont Transit (aka The MOOver) is proposing new schedules for its Saturday Brattleboro routes that would become effective Saturday, June 1, 2024.

            In response to requests for serving the School for International Training (SIT) location to New Americans, the proposed White Line schedule will include a stop there southbound five times each Saturday. In the interest of being predictable and allowing time for wheelchair clients and traffic delays, the Red Line will do one-hour headways from the Brattleboro Transportation Center (BTC) to Westgate and back. The existing schedules are substantially the same as when they were designed in 2018.

            “We are running substantially behind schedule each Saturday on both lines,” said Randy Schoonmaker, SEVT CEO. “We need to implement a schedule that is realistic, predictable, and reliable for our riders, as well as to serve the New Americans at SIT.”

            The number of round trips to Westgate will go from nine to seven. The number of trips to Market32 will go from nine to six.

The White Line will make two trips along the Winston Prouty loop including the Farmers Market instead of three.

The number of trips to Hinsdale (3) and Walmart (7), the number of trips up Putney Road(5), and the hours of service will not change.

Click here for the proposed schedules.

Public input is welcomed and can be given in three ways. Riders call 1-802-463-2474 Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm; e -mail ; or go online at . A copy of the schedule is posted below and onboard any Red, White, or Blue bus.

A request from the public for a public meeting must be made via the e-mail or phone number above on or before May 15, 2024.

          “We are proposing these changes to be more inclusive, provide more reliable service, and to accommodate changes over the past six years. The MOOver remains responsive to changing needs and new opportunities. We appreciate all the support from the Brattleboro community and we look forward to serving you better” said Schoonmaker.