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   Valley Regional Transit has been working with the City of Meridian to develop a ValleyRide fixed-line route that would serve the city on Saturdays. The City of Meridian will provide up to $60,000 in funding for the service. If approved, the route would begin in August 2014.
    Thanks to all of you who attended an open house on the proposed service and/or filled out the online survey. We will post the survey results ASAP. To learn more about the proposed service, you can  
VISIT OUR INFORMATION PAGE or access the information page from the Project/Studies pull-down menu above.

Buses at Towne Square Mall



   VRT is working with Gardner Company to develop the Downtown Boise Multimodal Center as part of a mixed-use project near the corner of Capitol Boulevard and Main Street on the west side of the U.S. Bank Building. The center will provide a hub for buses, bicyclists and pedestrians; access to shuttles and taxis; and a place to purchase bus passes and find information about public transportation services.
   The Environmental Assessment (EA) of the project has been released for public comment. The deadline for providing comment is Monday, April 14, 2014. To read the EA and learn more about the project,  visit our Downtown Boise Multimodal Center information page.


   Valley Regional Transit (VRT) is the regional public transportation authority for Ada and Canyon counties in southwest Idaho. Its main responsibilities are the delivery of safe, effective and efficient services, coordination of regional providers and services and to encourage the private sector in service delivery.
   VRT owns the public bus system that provides service in Boise/Garden City, and contracts with a private firm to manage its operations. VRT also contracts for transit services in Nampa/Caldwell and between Ada County and Canyon County. All of these bus services are operated under the name ValleyRide.
      This website provides information about VRT's history, governance structure, and completed and ongoing studies, projects and reports. It also has press releases, employment opportunities and procurement opportunities.

Information about ValleyRide bus services, including maps and schedules, can be found at: 



The VRT Board of Directors will meet at 8:30 a.m. in the first-floor conference at the VRT administrative offices, 700 NE 2nd Street in Meridian.   read more...

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What is Bank On Treasure Valley?

Bank On Treasure Valley, a nonprofit program of United Way of Treasure Valley, recognizes and addresses one of the most critical problems in our community - without a checking account, the most basic financial tool, unbanked families are hard-pressed to build savings and assets, and to respond to emergencies. Through Bank On, it's a simple process for Treasure Valley individuals to get connected to low-cost, starter checking and savings accounts. For Bank On certification and the opportunity to set up a checking account, program participants must complete five financial education classes totaling five to eight hours. LEARN MORE ABOUT BANK ON