RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - The state of Vermont is putting out a request for proposals from bus lines interested in using a federal subsidy to connect Rutland to Albany, N.Y., Burlington, and White River Junction.
Barbara Donovan, public transit administrator for the Vermont Agency of Transportation, said the state has about $400,000 a year from the federal government to help with the bus lines.
Donovan told the Rutland Herald the state would hold a conference with would-be bidders on Aug. 12 and that bids are due later that month.
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