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The outbound stop at Cloverdale and DeMeyer is closed due to construction. The stop at Cloverdale and Hickory is closed. A temporary stop has been placed nearside of the intersection.
The State and Collister intersection reconstruction project is expected to make unsafe a large area extending in both directions on State Street for an extended period of time. It is not recommended that bus riders attempt to cross the construction area. Riders who live or commute to areas west of the canal or Collister or near the Edgewater Apartments should use the stops at State and Marketplace. Riders who live near or commute to areas east of the canal or Collister or the Samaritan Village area should use the provided stops for the #10 route at Collister and Castle or, alternatively, the stops at State and Willow provided they don’t have to cross the construction zone to get to Willow. All stops in the vicinity of the construction zone, including in front of the Collister Shopping Center, will be closed for the duration of the project. The temporary stop at State and Wiley has been removed.
The stop at 1st and Bannock is closed due to construction. No temporary stop has been placed.
All Route 28 outbound stops and Route 29 inbound stops on Cole Road are closed due to construction.
Upcoming road construction will prompt the closure of two bus stops beginning Monday, January 14th. The closed stops are at Sunnyridge and Maryland and Greenhurst and 12th. Temporary stops will be in place at Constitution and Sunnyridge and Maryland and Greenhurst and 12th.
Upcoming road construction will prompt the closure of the bus stop at Southdale and 12th beginning Monday, January 14th. A temporary stop will be in place at Greenhurst and 12th (northwest corner).
Fares & Passes
There are a variety of fares and pass options available for our services, including fixed line and ACCESS.
How to Ride
Riding on the ValleyRide bus system and our other transportation services is easy, Learn more about how to ride and special programs.
Learn more about our ACCESS paratransit service in Boise/Garden City and Nampa/Caldwell and access other resources to help plan your trip.
VRT also offers many transportation options, including Boise GreenBike and several service alternatives for targeted populations.
Learn more about some of the other public transportation options available in the Treasure Valley.
More information about VRT's partnership with ride-sharing Lyft for first-mile, last-mile access to some of our designated bus stops.
Learn more about Valley Regional Transit, including meeting agendas, procurements, employment opportunities, history, etc.
Traffic, parking, the expenses of gas and car maintenance - these are just a few of the frustrations that you deal with on your commute. But is does not have to be that way. Visit rider's education to learn more.
Boise GreenBike is our bike sharing service centralized in downtown Boise. Learn more about Boise GreenBike and how to become a member.
From the Newsroom:
Upcoming Service Changes Update
For the past four months, we asked for your input on proposed changes to the ValleyRide transit system. You really let your voices be heard. Thank you to everyone who provided us with comment. We heard from more than 450 of you through a variety of outlets, including an online survey, an interactive map and three open houses held in both Ada County and Canyon County in June and two open houses/public hearings held Sept. 25 in Boise and Sept. 26 in Caldwell.
Thank you to everyone who provided comment on ValleyConnect 2.0
ValleyConnect 2.0 envisions a public transportation system that offers numerous options to travel around the region. It is Valley Regional Transit’s response to the need to accommodate both current transportation needs and future growth in the Treasure Valley. The Valley Regional Transit Board of Directors approved the plan at its April 2 meeting.
New Travel Information Volunteer
Welcome Byron, our newest Travel Information Volunteer (TIV). Bryon has been riding our system for two years, primarily on Route 1. He works as a cook for the Owyhee Tavern. He loves interacting with other ValleyRide riders, which makes him a good fit for the TIV program.