The Vermont Walk/Bike Summit is an excellent opportunity to connect with community members, employers, planners and researchers from throughout the state for in-depth sharing on current efforts, new ideas, and networking to advance more livable communities.
This year’s Summit will include interactive demo workshops, peer exchanges, a highly-acclaimed keynote, and a variety of dynamic presentations and topics including advocacy and education, safe and healthy communities, economic development, and the built environment.
Parking in downtown Middlebury is extremely limited so please use one of two available remote parking options:
a) Middlebury’s Memorial Sports Arena, or
b) The American Legion Building parking lot, located off Rt. 7 South.
The Memorial Sports Arena lot is walkable to the Town Hall Theater, and here’s a map:
The second option is the parking lot at the American Legion Building, located at 49 Wilson Road, just off Rt. 7 South in Middlebury. This lot is also located behind G. Stone Motors, which fronts on Rt. 7. Please see the map below; you may also click the link on the map that says “Directions”, and you can enter your starting point to get turn-by-turn directions to the parking lot.
Then, from the American Legion parking lot, you may take the Addison Co. Transit Resources (ACTR) bus into downtown Middlebury. Exact pickup times will be posted in this space soon; please check back here just prior to the conference date.
In addition, it’s an easy bike ride from the American Legion parking lot into downtown Middlebury, and supervised bike parking will be available on the town green directly across from the main venue for the conference, which is the Town Hall Theater.
Addison Co. Transit Resources also provides bus service to Middlebury from many other locations in Addison County; please see the map below and visit the ACTR website for more specific information and pickup times for each location.
You may also download an ACTR route map for Middlebury itself here:
Check out Go! Vermont for carpooling options.
*If you require specific accommodations such as interpreters, special seating, or other accommodations please call Mike at 802-388-3141 by Friday April 17 to make arrangements to accommodate your needs.