Green Mountain Community Network, Inc.

Address: 215 Pleasant Street
Bennington, VT 05201
Phone: (802) 447-0477 Website:

The Green Mountain Community Network, Inc., a private not-for-profit organization was founded in early 2007, to manage the Green Mtn. Express, which has safely and efficiently provided transportation services in and around Bennington County, VT since 1985. In addition, the Network also sponsors the Green Mountain Retired and Senior Volunteer Program and Volunteer Center serving Southern Vermont. Services provided by the Green Mountain Express (GMX): Medicaid, Reach-up and Fair Hearing to eligible individuals; Deviated Fixed Route Services include: Bennington to Manchester, Bennington to Pownal and on to Williamstown, MA, North Bennington, Shaftsbury, as well as, around the town and up to Southern VT College; Route costs and times vary please see our schedule. First time riders and those requesting for flag ("R") stops are encouraged to call ahead to verify times and safety of a request stop. Reduced cost ticket books are also available by calling the office at 802-447-0477. Our Deviated Fixed Route service complies with American with Disabilities Act (ADA), GMX vehicles will deviate up to 1/4 of a mile off their route to provide requested transportation services. Advance notice of one day is required; Fee for this deviated service is twice the original cost of the ride; Elderly, Disabled and Visually Impaired Services include the general public and our area partners: VT Center for Independent Living (VCIL), United Counseling Services (UCS), Bennington Project Independence (BPI), Southwestern VT Council on Aging (SWVCOA) and VT Assoc, for the Blind and Visually Impaired (VABVI); Demand Response (or Dial-a-Ride) is based on vehicle and driver availability. GMCN maintains a pool of volunteer (or per diem) drivers, who use their personal vehicles to transport a variety of clients. These individuals are reimbursed for their mileage expenses. Please contact GMCN for more information.

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