Vermont Route 30
|Seth Warner Memorial Highway|
|Maintained by VTrans|
|Length:||111.91 mi (180.11 km)|
|South end:||US 5 / VT 9 in Brattleboro|
| US 7 in Manchester
US 4 in Castleton
|North end:||US 7 / VT 125 in Middlebury|
|Counties:||Windham, Bennington, Rutland, Addison|
Vermont Route 30 (VT 30) is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of Vermont which runs from Brattleboro in the south to Middlebury in the north. The northern portion, from Poultney to Middlebury, was part of the New England road marking system's Route 30, from which VT 30 got its number. The route passes through many historic small towns, and travel writers such as those at Southern Vermont have described the route as "idyllic" and "picturesque".
In Poultney, VT 30 passes along the eastern edge of Lake St. Catherine State Park. To the north in Hubbardton, VT 30 runs along the eastern shore of Lake Bomoseen. In Middlebury, VT 30 serves Middlebury College.
|This section requires expansion. (May 2008)|
From 1922 until 1926, New England Route 30 (part of the New England road marking system) ran from Granville, New York, through Poultney (via New York State Route 22A), continuing north through Burlington, to Alburg. The northern sections of Route 30 were assigned in 1926 to U.S. Route 7 (US 7) from Middlebury to Burlington, and to US 2 from Burlington to Alburg. Soon afterwards, Vermont extended the Route 30 designation southeast to its current Brattleboro terminus. (VT 30 to Brattleboro had been in place by 1933.) In August 2011, Hurricane Irene heavily damaged large sections of VT 30 and made it impassable for a period of time.
||Brattleboro||0.000||0.000||US 5 / VT 9|
|Townshend||16.391||26.379||VT 35||Southern terminus of VT 35|
|Jamaica||22.375||36.009||VT 100 south||Southern terminus of overlap|
|30.511||49.103||VT 100 north||Northern terminus of overlap|
||Winhall||39.474||63.527||VT 11 east||Eastern terminus of overlap|
|Manchester||44.321||71.328||US 7||Exit 4 (US 7)|
|45.877||73.832||VT 7A south / VT 11||Western terminus of VT 11 / VT 30 overlap; western terminus of VT 11; southern terminus of VT 7A / VT 30 overlap|
|45.915||73.893||VT 7A north||Northern terminus of overlap|
|Rupert||54.059||87.000||VT 315||Eastern terminus of VT 315|
||Pawlet||60.286||97.021||VT 133||Western terminus of VT 133|
|64.630||104.012||VT 153||Eastern terminus of VT 153|
|65.560||105.509||VT 149||Western terminus of VT 149|
|Poultney||75.588||121.647||VT 31||Northern terminus of VT 31|
|75.672||121.782||VT 140||Eastern terminus of VT 140|
|82.784||133.228||US 4||Exit 4 (US 4)|
|Sudbury||93.521||150.507||VT 144||Eastern terminus of VT 144|
|95.773||154.132||VT 73 west||Southern terminus of overlap|
|97.955||157.643||VT 73 east||Northern terminus of overlap|
||Cornwall||107.454||172.930||VT 74||Eastern terminus of VT 74|
|Middlebury||111.655||179.691||VT 125 west||Southern terminus of overlap|
|111.914||180.108||US 7 / VT 125 east||Northern terminus of VT 30 / VT 125 overlap|
|Concurrency terminus • • Closed Unopened|
- "Sudbury, Vermont" - Google Maps. Retrieved May 21, 2012.
- "2006 (Route Log) AADTs – State Highways" (PDF). Vermont Agency of Transportation. June 2007. Retrieved May 1, 2009.
- "Scenic and Historic Driving Tours Perfect for the Fall Season". SouthernVermont.com. Retrieved March 4, 2012.
- 1933 Saxton River VT USGS map
- 1935 Brattleboro VT USGS map