Routes RCT Bus



RCT offers bus routes all over the Northeast Kingdom and Lamoille Counties. Bus service is an important piece of what we offer at RCT. Riding the bus is also great for the environment, reducing the consumption of fossil fuels. 

For example, a passenger car carrying one person emits 89 pounds of CO2 per 100 passenger miles, while a full bus only emits 14 pounds.

A bus uses 8.7% less energy per passenger mile than a typical automobile. Not only is riding the bus helpful by reducing wear and tear on your own vehicle, but it is also helpful in that it reduces the wear and tear on the earth. (source:

RCT is expanding our bus service. We are proud to have recently been awarded grant funds which will allow us to add two electric buses to our fleet.


View our commuter routes


View our general public routes


View our shopping routes


Beginning on July 6, 2020, GMT transitioned four routes to RCT: 

  • The US2 Commuter
  • The Morrisville Shopping
  • The Morrisville Loop
  • Route 100 Commuter

RCT is excited to expand our service area and help more passengers get where they need to go.

RCT’s US2 commuter bus service connects Morrisville and Barre (via VT Route 15 & 14) with transfer connections to Montpelier and St. Johnsbury (via RCT’s & GMT’s existing US2 Commuter route). This route serves the roughly 11,500 residents of Morrisville, Wolcott, Hardwick, Woodbury, East Calais, and East Montpelier.

Connecting service is available to the LINK Express/Burlington, Waterbury Commuter, Barre City Commuter, Hospital Hill routes, and Jay-Lyn Shuttle.

Schedules and details are listed on the individual route links below.

Route Schedules & Details

What is the most meaningful part of your role as a bus driver?

"The most meaningful part of my job is knowing I’m helping people in the community on a daily basis. I find meeting and interacting with the community to be very enjoyable."

What do you take the most seriously?

"The safety and comfort of my passengers is very important to me. Especially in this time of the pandemic, cleanliness of my vehicle is a number one priority."

What is the most fun?

"I find meeting and interacting with the community to be very enjoyable."