From Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York City and south, take I-91 north along Vermont’s border with New Hampshire.
From New York City, travelers may take I-87 (the New York State Thruway) north to Albany, then take U.S. Route 7 north into Vermont. Route 7 runs along western Vermont and Lake Champlain.
Travelers from New Hampshire, Boston, and south and east should take I-89 north, which enters the state at White River Junction and goes to Canada.
I-91 travels along the eastern edge of the state and into Central Vermont
I-89 enters the state at White River Junction and travels northward
Vermont State Route 30 travels northward right along the New York state line
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