Vermont has an extensive multimodal transportation system. With oversight from the Vermont Legislature, the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) is responsible for planning, development, implementation and maintenance of a variety of transportation infrastructure including but not limited to roads, bridges, state-owned railroads, airports, park and ride facilities, bicycle facilities, pedestrian paths, public transportation facilities and services, and Department of Motor Vehicles operations and motor carrier enforcement. VTrans serves the entire population of the State of Vermont.
VTrans has more than 1,300 employees organized in three divisions: Policy, Planning and Intermodal Development; Finance and Administration; and Highway. The Department of Motor Vehicles is also housed within the Agency of Transportation; it has a main office in Montpelier and ten satellite offices statewide.
VTrans interacts with all State agencies and agencies within the United States Department of Transportation as well as other federal agencies, numerous regional and state governments and international jurisdictions and cross-border organizations, local governments, transit agencies, airports, railroads and the other private and non-profit entities engaged in transportation-related activities.