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The inbound stop at Beacon and Manitou is closed. The outbound stop at Parkcenter and River Run is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
The inbound stop at Vista and Overland is closed. A temporary stop has been placed about 300 feet near side of the intersection (in front of the Idaho Angler).
The inbound stop at Americana and Ann Morrison is closed. A temp stop is in place past the intersection.
The inbound stop at Emerald and Raymond is closed. There is no temporary stop. The inbound stop at Americana and Ann Morrison is closed. A temporary stop is in place about 100 feet far side of the intersection. The outbound stop at Shoreline and Americana is closed. A temporary stop is in place about 200 feet near side of the intersection.
The inbound stop at Orchard and Kootenai is closed. The inbound stop at Orchard and Morris Hill is closed. A temporary stop is in place near side of the intersection.
The stop at Idaho and 11th is closed.
The outbound stop at Fairview and Orchard is closed. A temp stop is in place about 100 feet far side of the intersection.
The outbound stop at State and 9th is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
The inbound stop at Ruth and Maple Grove is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection. The outbound stop at Goddard and Firecrest is closed. A temporary stop is in place about 100 feet far side of the intersection. The outbound stop at Maple Grove and Goddard is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of Craydon Drive.
The route is on detour and will miss the stop at 13th and Ridenbaugh. All other stops are open.
Route 28 is on detour due to construction. Closed stops are Barrister and Allumbaugh (inbound and outbound), Allumbaugh and Douglas (inbound), Cole and Franklin (inbound), Barrister and Bethel (inbound and outbound), and Barrister and Cole (inbound). The following stops will be used as temporary stops for both inbound and outbound: Cole and Barrister (southeast corner) and Cole and Barrister (northwest corner). The scheduled reopening date is October 15.
The inbound stop at Overland and Shoshone is closed. There is a temporary stop in place far side of the intersection.
With the closure of the Franklin Park & Ride lot, there are two alternative parking options: 1). The Caldwell Library stop. There is additional parking behind the Caldwell Library in Serenity Park. This is a short walk to the bus stop, which has a shelter and bench. 2). On-street parking near the Canyon County Courthouse. All-day parking is allowed and typically available.
This route has suspended operations due to the closure of the College of Western Idaho campus.
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From the Newsroom:
Service changes to be implemented Oct. 1 and Oct. 5
Valley Regional Transit (VRT) has been working towards improving service in Ada County and Canyon Couty in 2020. Our goal with these changes is to maximize the effectiveness of existing transit resources and connect more people to more places more often.
VRT accepting comments on draft FY 2021 Program of Projects
Valley Regional Transit (VRT), the regional public transportation authority for Ada County and Canyon County, is accepting public comments on its DRAFT FY 2021 Program of Projects (POP).
Pushing the pause button with Boise GreenBike
Boise GreenBike will hit the pause button on the bike share program at the end of September but plans to revive and improve the service in the spring of 2021.