Get updates on closures, detours, and delays
The inbound stop at Beacon and Manitou is closed.
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 and outbound stops at Americana and Ann Morrison are closed. No inbound temp stop. Outbound temp stop located 200 feet past the intersection. The outbound stop at Shoreline and Americana is closed.
The inbound stop at Orchard and Kootenai is closed. Please use the temporary stop at Orchard and Edson. The inbound stop at Orchard and Morris Hill is closed. A temporary stop is in place nearside 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.
Route 10 is on detour. Outbound detour (from 15th): left on Lemp, right on Harrison, right on Hazel, left on 15th back on regular route. Inbound detour (from 15th): left on Hazel, right on 13th, right on Lemp, left on 15th back to regular route. There is one closed stop at 15th and Lemp. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
Stop closures (no temporary stops in place): 1st and Idaho and 1st and Bannock 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 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.
The outbound stop at State and 9th is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
Fares & Passes
There are a variety of fares and pass options available for our services, including fixed line and ACCESS paratransit.
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 that are available to you 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, 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.
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:
Bus stop improvements are under way
Work is ongoing on improving ADA accessibility at ValleyRide bus stops and adding new stops.
Win a bike from CityGo
Looking for something safe, socially distanced, and fun to do in downtown Boise? In need of a new, cool cruiser bike to get you around town? If so, you are in luck. City Go, a division of Valley Regional Transit, will be giving away a bike the last day in August at the end of its Where’s My Bike social media challenge.
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.