There are 24 Transportation Departments in Vermont, serving a population of 624,636 people in an area of 9,215 square miles. There is 1 Department of Transportation per 26,026 people, and 1 Department of Transportation per 383 square miles.
The state of Vermont is ranked 10th in Transportation Departments per capita, and 19th in Transportation Departments per square mile.
Find Vermont Means of Transportation To Work and Commute Transportation Times. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Total Workers (Age 16+)||299,349||143,148,111|
|Car, Truck, or Van||271,998||128,767,744|
|Car, Truck, or Van - Drive Alone||244,038||115,095,765|
|Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool||27,960||13,671,979|
|Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 2 Person||22,773||10,396,901|
|Car, Truck, or Van - Carpool, 3+ People||5,187||3,275,078|
|Public Transportation (Excluding Taxi)||3,971||7,602,145|
|Bus or Trolley Bus||3,637||3,720,791|
|Streetcar or Trolley Car, Subway or Elevated||240||2,940,887|
|Railroad or Ferry Boat||94||940,467|
|Taxi, Motorcycle, Bicycle, or Other Means||5,528||2,728,545|
|Less than 10 Minutes||53,428||17,826,270|
|10 to 14 Minutes||46,214||19,237,418|
|15 to 19 Minutes||47,467||21,793,999|
|20 to 24 Minutes||42,101||20,709,756|
|25 to 29 Minutes||19,580||9,186,086|
|30 to 34 Minutes||34,911||19,662,993|
|35 to 44 Minutes||19,051||9,927,164|
|45 to 59 Minutes||19,823||11,770,783|
|60 Minutes or More||16,774||13,033,642|