Valley Regional Transit's mission is to develop
and manage transportation resources and
coordinate the effective and efficient delivery
of safe transportation options to the region's
citizens.

ARE YOU READY TO TAKE ON THE BOISE GREENBIKE WINTER CHALLENGE?

Boise GreenBike is not afraid of the cold and is challenging the community to join in a three-month-long campaign to ride the shared bikes during the winter months. The Boise GreenBikes Winter Challenge kicked off December 3rd and runs through the end of February 2016.

"The Winter Challenge is a list of 25 fun things you can do on Boise GreenBikes this winter," said Dave Fotsch, Director of Boise GreenBikes. "The first 50 participants to complete the list will win a very nice stainless steel growler."

Download the rules and list of required activities

Learn more about the Boise GreenBike Program

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ABOUT VALLEYREGIONAL TRANSIT

Valley Regional Transit (VRT) is the regional public transportation authority for Ada and Canyon counties in southwest Idaho. Its main responsibilities are the delivery of safe, effective and efficient services, coordination of regional providers and services and to encourage the private sector in service delivery.

VRT owns the public bus system that provides service in Boise, Garden City, Nampa, Calwell and intercounty service between Ada County and Canyon county. All of these bus services are operated under the ValleyRide name.

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MAIN STREET STATION

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Construction work continues on the Main Street Station, an underground multimodal transit center that is part of Gardner Company's City Center Plaza project near the southwest corner of Main and Capitol. ACCESS THE INFORMATION PAGE

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MARCH 7
The VRT Executive Board will meet at 11 a.m. in the first-floor conference room at the VRT administrative offices, 700 NE 2nd St, in Meridian.  

 

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