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The outbound stop at Broadway and Grant is closed. A temporary stop has been placed at Broadway and Euclid..
A temporary bus stop cone has been placed at Capitol and Myrtle.
The Stop at Iowa and Broadway is closed. A temporary stop is in place far side of the intersection.
The inbound stop at Capitol and Front is closed due to construction.
The inbound stop at Emerald and Orchard is closed due to construction. A temporary stop has been placed nearside of the intersection. Also, the outbound stop at Americana and Latah is closed.
The outbound stop at Curtis and Franklin is out of service. A temporary stop has been placed nearside of the construction area. Also, the inbound stop at Orchard and Emerald is closed. A temporary stop has been placed far side of the intersection. The inbound stops at Orchard and Bethel and Orchard and Morris Hill are closed.
The outbound stop at Gary and Bunch is temporarily closed. A temporary stop is in place nearside in front of the H&R Block.
Route 18 is on detour and one stop is impacted. The inbound detour east on Warm Springs, onto ParkCenter/Warm Springs, right at Parkcenter roundabout, u-turn at Wise Way roundabout and back to regular route. The outbound detour is the reverse of the inbound. The inbound stop at Wise Way is closed. A temporary has been placed across from the outbound stop on Wise Way.
Both routes 1 and 29 are on detour. The Route 29 detour (from Protest): left on Boise Avenue, right on Joyce, left on University back on regular route. Route 1 inbound detour (from Beacon): right on Boise Avenue, right on Joyce, left on University back on route. The outbound detour is the reverse of the inbound detour. A temporary stop has been placed nearside of Joyce before the bus makes the turn.
The stop at Overland and Entertainment is closed. A temporary stop is in place on the far side of the construction zone. Because Maple Grove Road is closed between Overland and Victory, the route will be detouring both inbound and outbound. Outbound detour (from Maple Grove): left on Overland, right on Cole, right on Victory, left on Trabuco back on regular route. The inbound detour: left on Victory, right on Five Mile, right on Overland, left on Maple Grove back on regular route.
The following stops are closed until further notice due to construction: Civic Center, Yale and 3rd, and 3rd and 10th. The nearest stops are outside the Les Schwab store (133 Caldwell Blvd.) and 3rd and 11th (outside the Taco Time restaurant).
All stops on Harrison Boulevard between Brumback and Hill Road are closed. Temps stops are in place on 15th in the outbound direction (at the same cross streets as Harrrison). There is no temporary stop for the Brumback and Harrison location. The outbound detour is as follows (from Brumback): right on 15th, left on Hill Road, right on Bogus Basin Road back to regular route.
The stops at 3rd and 4th and 3rd and 10th in Nampa are closed due to road construction. Passengers can either access the stop at Caldwell and Yale or a temporary stop at 3rd and 11th (at the Taco Time).
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From the Newsroom:
Proposed Service Changes Update
BLOG UPDATED AUGUST 6: We asked for your input on proposed changes to the ValleyRide transit system and you really let your voices be heard. Thank you to everyone who provided us with comment. We heard from more than 250 of you through a variety of outlets, including an online survey, an interactive map and three open houses held in both Ada County and Canyon County. This public comment phase ended June 25th.
Thank you to everyone who provided comment on ValleyConnect 2.0
ValleyConnect 2.0 envisions a public transportation system that offers numerous options to travel around the region. It is Valley Regional Transit’s response to the need to accommodate both current transportation needs and future growth in the Treasure Valley. The Valley Regional Transit Board of Directors approved the plan at its April 2 meeting.
New Travel Information Volunteer
Welcome Evan Stone our newest Travel Information Volunteer (TIV). Evan has been riding our system for two years. She is a former bookkeeper who is currently a full-time student in the Valley. She uses the bus as her primary source of transportation and is interested in the program because she loves to socialize with people.