Approaching the City
The Rutland State Airport's new terminal building and expanded parking have made the facility both modern and convenient. Continental Connection, operated by Commutair, offers two daily flights Monday through Friday to Boston's Logan Airport. Flights to several large northeastern cities can be booked from Burlington, and there is an international airport in Albany. Amtrak provides passenger rail service in Vermont with both the Vermonter (Washington, D.C. to St. Albans, via White River Junction) and the Ethan Allen Express (New York City to Rutland, via Albany, New York). U.S. Routes 4 and 7 intersect in Rutland and link the region with interstates 89, 91, and 87.
Traveling in the City
The main thoroughfares in Rutland are Main Street, which runs north-south, and U.S. Route 4, running east-west; side streets head westward and downhill. Marble Valley Regional Transit District "The Bus" provides local transportation on set routes. The Bus links riders to all train routes heading in and out of Rutland, as well as the airport. A shuttle service operates between Killington Ski Resort, Diamond Run shopping mall, and downtown Rutland.
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