Idaho 511 App
In July 2000, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) designated 511 as the national traveler information phone number. Idaho is the 24th state to provide the 511 service.
Travel Smart. Travel Safe.
511 is a public service of the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) to help travelers access information about road conditions, traffic incidents, weather and tourism information via the phone, on the Web, or by smartphone app, 24 hours a day and seven day a week.
For more information about 511 please go to: https://hb.511.idaho.gov/about.html
Enhanced real-time support--The RouteShout app helps you be on time and prepare for changes - anytime, anywhere. With RouteShout, you can know of bus delays and remove the uncertainty from taking public transit. Get to work, to your class, or that important appointment. It's the handy, free app for locals, students, tourists and other public transit riders. Just select your agency and route, and off you go.
On October 22, the Valley Regional Transit Board of Directors voted to approve the service changes proposed by staff with additional direction for VRT staff to work with the City of Boise to consider options for providing higher peak period frequencies on the 1 Parkcenter/Harris Ranch route. VRT would like to thank everyone who provided input on the earlier proposals. We received more than 200 comments on the final proposal. That feedback was critical to fine tuning the routes to best serve the most people. To learn more about public comment, you can read the final comment report.
Valleyride service changes are live Learn more about what has changed
A transportation partnership between Valley Regional Transit and Lyft:
Through an exciting new partnership that begins Monday, January 28, 2019, you can now get a $2 ride using Lyft ride-sharing services to many ValleyRide bus stops.
Learn more about VRT Transit Connections
Rider's Education: Traffic, parking, the expenses of gas and car maintenance, these are just a few of the frustrations you deal with on your commute. But it doesn't have to be that way. Jump on a ValleyRide bus and relax.
Learn more at RidersEducation.org