Advance Transit turns 40

Peter Cadwell, 7, right, reacts to a jet of water hitting the window while riding with, from left, Preston Eze, 4, his mother L'Tonya Johnson, and Wayde Manning, 4, on a bus-wash tour at the Advance Transit Operations Center in Wilder, Vt., on Saturday, June 22, 2024. Advance Transit, which provides free public transportation in Hanover, Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, Hartford and Norwich, was celebrating its 40th anniversary since incorporating in 1984 as a non-profit with games, cake and tours of the facility. Starting with a fleet of rented vans in the 1980s, the organization now has 35 vehicles, including two fully electric and two hybrid buses. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Peter Cadwell, 7, right, reacts to a jet of water hitting the window while riding with, from left, Preston Eze, 4, his mother L'Tonya Johnson, and Wayde Manning, 4, on a bus-wash tour at the Advance Transit Operations Center in Wilder, Vt., on Saturday, June 22, 2024. Advance Transit, which provides free public transportation in Hanover, Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, Hartford and Norwich, was celebrating its 40th anniversary since incorporating in 1984 as a non-profit with games, cake and tours of the facility. Starting with a fleet of rented vans in the 1980s, the organization now has 35 vehicles, including two fully electric and two hybrid buses. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News – James M. Patterson

Published: 06-24-2024 5:31 PM

WILDER — Peter Cadwell, 7, right, reacts to a jet of water hitting the window while riding with, from left, Preston Eze, 4, his mother, L’Tonya Johnson, and Wayde Manning, 4, on a bus-wash tour at the Advance Transit Operations Center in Wilder on Saturday.

Advance Transit, which provides free public transportation in Hanover, Lebanon, Enfield, Canaan, Hartford and Norwich, was celebrating its 40th anniversary since incorporating in 1984 as a non-profit with games, cake and tours of the facility.

Starting with a fleet of rented vans in the 1980s, the organization now has 35 vehicles, including two fully electric and two hybrid buses.

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