Addison County is located on the western side of Vermont bordering the southern end of Lake Champlain. It is accessible by several routes, Route 7 is the major north/south highway running the entire length of the state. Middlebury is the approximate geographical center of Addison County; approximate distances are listed below:
- Burlington: 34 miles to the north
- Rutland: 35 miles to the south
- Boston: 200 miles
- Albany: 125 miles
- New York City: 265 miles
- Manchester, NH: 150 miles
- Montreal Canada: 132 miles
Highway travel to any of these points is easy via routes 7‚ 17‚ 22A‚ 30‚ 116, 73, 74, 100 and 125.
Tri-Valley Transit (Formerly ACTR) : Provides local bus service within Addison County and door to door Dial-A-Ride service for vulnerable populations who cannot access the buses. Connecting bus services allow passengers to reach both Burlington and Rutland.
GOGO Charters: From Vermont to Manhattan, private bus rentals are available to destination in New York State.
Small City Taxi: Contact Rick Loyer at 877-3395
AMTRAK Passenger Train: Ethan Allen Express, Vermonter, and Adirondack services connect Vermont to New England, New York and beyond.
Burlington International Airport: Vermont’s only international airport with commercial flights, and charter and private aircraft from both the U.S. and Canada.
Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Middlebury State Airport: A small community airport, for private planes only, is located 3 miles southeast of Middlebury.
Fort Ticonderoga Ferry: A seasonal scenic, historic shortcut across Lake Champlain. It provides continuous six-minute trips between Shoreham, Vermont and Ticonderoga, New York.
Lake Champlain Transportation Company Ferries: From Grand Isle, VT to Plattsburgh, NY; Burlington, VT to Port Kent, NY; and Charlotte, Vermont to Essex, New York.