Valley Regional Transit is the Regional Public Transportation Authority (RPTA) for Ada County and Canyon County. According to Idaho Code, an RPTA's responsibilities include:
- being accountable to local governments;
- having exclusive jurisdiction over publicly-funded transportation;
- providing public transportation services;
- encouraging private transportation programs; and
- coordinating both public and private transportation programs.
Valley Regional Transit manages contracts for the operation of ValleyRide bus services and ACCESS paratransit service. ValleyRide bus services consists 21 fixed-line routes in Boise/Garden City, three fixed-line routes in Nampa/Caldwell, and six intercounty routes between Ada County and Canyon County.
The VRT Board of Directors is composed of up to 29 members. These members are publicly elected or appointed officials from each jurisdiction. The Board represents 19 jurisdictions in the two counties and a service population of about 650,000 people.
Valley Regional Transit envisions a region with comprehensive public transportation choices designed to meet the needs of citizens and businesses and to support livable, healthy, and sustainable communities through adequate and secure funding to support those choices.
Valley Regional Transit's mission is to leverage , develop, provide, and manage transportation resources and to coordinate the effective and efficient delivery of comprehensive transportation choices to the region's citizens.
To learn more about Valley Regional Transit, please click on the links below:
Learn more about current solicitations
Learn more about surplus property
Learn more about sole source procurements
Learn more about procurement terms and conditions
Learn more about bus stop location and transit amenities by reading this guidelines book.
The VRT board has approved the Transit Asset Management Plan. Learn more by reading this resolution.
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Learn more about job openings at VRT and our transportation partners
► Learn more about the history of Valley Regional Transit
► Learn more about how VRT is organized
► Financial information about Valley Regional Transit is available by reading the 2017 audit
► Boise GreenBike continues to grow and prosper. Read more in the FY 2018 annual report
Title VI Policy Statement and Notification of Protections
Valley Regional Transit is committed to ensuring that no individual or organization is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of its program, activities or services, or subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin in accordance with Title VI or the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended.
"No person in the United States shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance."Filing a Title VI Complaint
Any person who believes he or she has been aggrieved by an unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Valley Regional Transit. Any such complaint must be in writing and filed within 180 days following the date of the alleged discriminatory occurrence.
Download the Title VI complaint form:
Learn more about Title VI by reading our Title VI Program Plan.
Lea el informe del Título VI en españolFor additional information on Valley Regional Transit's non-discrimination obligations or for information on filing a complaint, please contact the Title VI Coordinator:
- By mail addressed to:
Valley Regional Transit
Title VI Coordinator
700 NE 2nd Street
Meridian, ID 83713
- By Fax addressed to:
Title VI Coordinator
- By Email: email@example.com
If you are seeking information from Valley Regional Transit, please use our public records request form.