Author Archives: Nic Anderson

Fall Fundo! Saturday September 30th

A what? gran fon·do ɡrän ˈfändō/ noun a long-distance road cycling event in which a large number of cyclists ride a marked route; originated in Italy — FALL FUN·DO fäll ˈfündō/ noun a multi-route cycling event featuring gravel roads, scenic vistas, pie-stocked aid stations, and a huge after party, in which large number of people on […]

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CATMA Transportation Fairs – You’re Invited!

Want to learn more about CATMA and the services they provide to us, their members? You’re invited! CATMA are hosting their Second Annual Transportation Fair(s) on: Wednesday 9/27 at Burlington City Hall for bagels & coffee from 8am to 9:30am  Thursday 9/28 at the Department of Public Works (on the corner of Pine Street and […]

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Fall Transportation Update

Your fall transportation update is as follows: Parking Permits will be available to order on August 2nd at champlain.thepermitstore.com. The free Zone 1 permit (for Lakeside and Metered Lots) and Disabled permits are now valid for a full year! No need to re-order for Spring. All other permits will remain “per semester” at this time. We have added a NEW […]

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Electric Vehicle Incentives & Charging Station now in MIC and soon to be Lakeside

Do you own an all-electric vehicle (EV)? If not, you should go out and buy one right now to access amazing deals. Green Mountain Power along with Freedom Nissan, are offering its customers (not Burlington) $10,000 off MSRP for the all electric Nissan Leaf. Coupled with $7,500 federal rebate, you can save almost 60% ($17,500) off the $30,000 Leaf MSRP. A brand new […]

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Regional Bikeshare is Coming…but we could use your help!

As you may have heard (or are about to), Champlain College has teamed up with CATMA, CCRPC, and UVM to launch a regional bikeshare system to pilot this summer/fall. This is intended to replace our existing ChampRides bikeshare with a more technologically advanced system that connects throughout Chittenden County. Planning is going great thus far and […]

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