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The outbound stop at Broadway and Boise Avenue is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection. (The stop is expected to reopen on June 3).
The stop at Fariview and 23rd is closed. Please use the stop at Fairview and 17th.
The stop at Idaho and 11th is closed.
The route si currently on detour due to construction. The stops at Adams and 40th (both directions), Adams and 38th (both directions) and Adams and 36th (both directions) are closed. Existing stops will be used as temporary stops. For the a.m. routes, those stops are Chinden and 37th, Chinden and 39th and Chinden and 41st. For the p.m. routes, these stops are 36th and Clay and 36th and Chinden.
Stop closures (no temporary stops in place): 1st and Idaho and 1st and Bannock The stop at Ridenbaugh and 13th is closed. A temporary stop is in place at 13th and Lemp. The route is currently on detour: continue on Fort,right on 5th, continue on to North VA Loop, right on South VA Loop, back on to regular route. Closed stops are Robins at the Elks, Robbins at Fort Boise, and Collins at the VA. A temporary stop is in place on the South VA Loop about 100 yards west of the Collins at VA stop.
The stop at Overland and Vista is closed. A temporary stop is in place on Vista far side of the intersection.
The 10th and Jefferson Middle School stop will be closed from July 3-10. Riders are urged to use the 10th and Logan stop. 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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Traffic, parking, gas and car maintenance costs are just a few of the frustrations that you deal with on your commute. But it does not have to be that way. Visit Rider's Education to learn more.
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From the Newsroom:
VRT schedules blood drive in Meridian for July 14
Valley Regional Transit has scheduled a blood drive at its Meridian administrative offices for Tuesday, July 14, 2020.
Thank you for taking our online survey regarding a planned redesign of our fixed-route bus system in Nampa/Caldwell
Valley Regional Transit (VRT) is proposing an innovative redesign of the ValleyRide fixed-route service in Nampa and Caldwell and collected public comment on the plan.
Information on local public transportation, GreenBike users regarding COVID-19 and service changes
Valley Regional Transit (VRT) shares the community’s concerns about COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus. Because the public relies on VRT for safe and clean transportation, we are following the suggestions of national, state and local health authorities closely.