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Get updates on closures, detours, and delays
The outbound stop at Gary and Bunch is temporarily closed. A temporary stop is in place nearside in front of the H&R Block.
The inbound stop at State and Marketplace is closed. A temporary stop is in place just east of Lake Harbor.
The bus will no longer enter the Franklin Park & Ride lot in Caldwell. A temporary bus stop has been placed on the north side of Franklin near the light pole.
Robbins Road is closed due to construction. The stops at the Elks Rehabilitation Center and the Boise Senior Center are closed. The route detour: west on Fort, right on E. Garrison Road and left on Collins back on regular route. A temporary stop is in place on Collins near Garrison, in front of the U.S. Geological Survey Building.
Fares & Passes
There are a variety of fares and pass options available for our services.
How to Ride
Riding on the ValleyRide bus system and our other transportation services is easy, But if you need assistance, we have a travel training program that can help you navigate our system.
Learn more about our ACCESS paratransit service in Boise/Garden City and Nampa/Caldwell and access other resources to help plan your trip.
In addition to fixed-route, intercounty and paratransit bus service, Valley Regional Transit also offers other transportation options, including Boise GreenBike and several service alternatives for targeted populations.
Learn more about some of the other public transportation options available in the Treasure Valley.
Access more information about VRT, including Governance/oversight, Policies, Procurements and Contacts.
From the Newsroom:
Proposed Service Changes Update
BLOG UPDATED SEPT 14: 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 first round of public comment 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.