Release Date: February 22, 2024

  WILMINGTON:  Southeast Vermont Transit’s (SEVT aka the MOOver’s) Stratton-Manchester route is having a banner year.

Ridership through February 18th is up 25% from a year ago. So far this season 16,095 rides have been given versus 12,683 last year and 9,711 rides from two years ago.

The route, paid for entirely by Stratton Mountain Resort, is open to the public and makes eight round trips daily mid-November-early April. There are four early morning trips and four late afternoon/evening trips. The route ends at the Manchester Town Offices where it connects with public transit routes going to Bennington and Rutland. The bus stops anywhere along the route where it is safe to pull over.

“We are so grateful for Stratton’s generosity to sponsor this route” said Randy Schoonmaker, MOOver CEO. “Although the route is designed to service resort staff, more members of the public and staff from other local businesses are riding the bus.”The service ends Sunday, April 7th

For all MOOver schedules go to .