Vermont Tourism Network | 4 CENTRAL Bradford Information Center I-91 Northbound, north of exit 16 802-222-5029 Capital Region Visitor’s Center 134 State Street, Montpelier 802-828-5981 Fair Haven Welcome Center 1356 Prospect St., Route 4 802-265-4763 Hartford Welcome Center 1501 I-91 South, south of exit 10/I-89 interchange 802-296-2397 Maplewood Travelers Service Center I-89, Exit 7, 199 Paine Turnpike North, Berlin 802-229-5291 Randolph Information Center I-89 South, south of Exit 5 802-728-7074 Sharon Welcome Center I-89 North, north of Exit 1 802-281-5216 SOUTH Bennington Welcome Center 100 Route 279, Interchange of Routes 279 and 7 802-447-2456 Guilford Welcome Center I-91 North, before Exit 1 802-258-4503 Vermont shares a northern border of 90.3 miles (145 km) with the Canadian province of Quebec. Before entering the U.S., all travelers should be prepared to provide proof of citizenship, including Canadian and returning U.S. citizens. For complete information on customs regulations, visit CBP.gov; or contact the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Service Port in St. Albans at 802-524-7352; or the pre-check clearance offices in Montreal at 514-636-3875, ext. 3263; or Toronto at 905-676-2606. Among other regulations, importation of plants, fruits, and vegetables into the United States is prohibited. Dogs and other pets are required to have a veterinarian’s certificate showing recent vaccination against rabies, and to be free of communicable diseases. Wherever, whenever you travel in Vermont, the latest official information about road conditions, weather, and construction is only a touch away. Information is available online at newengland511.org.