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A temporary bus stop cone has been placed at Capitol and Myrtle.
The outbound stop at Veterans Memorial Parkway and State Street has been removed. A temporary bus stop is in place in front of the Big Smoke.
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.
This route does not operate during summer months and will be unavailable from May 14th to August 17th. This route will resume normal operation starting August 20th, 2018.
The outbound stop at Curtis and Franklin is out of service. A temporary stop has been placed nearside of the construction area.
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There are a variety of fares and pass options available for our services.
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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.
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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.
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From the Newsroom:
Traffic Agencies Must Sell Freedom
Some of you may have watched the recent Winter Olympic Games, during which, Toyota ran several ads highlighting individual mobility. The core message: celebrate the notion of freedom. Yet, absent from these commercials were actual vehicles. Vehicle manufacturers have long sold themselves as purveyors of freedom. For decades in America, the purchase of a vehicle was not just a financial transaction, but the key to personal freedom. Through their commercial, Toyota was similarly connecting the notion of athletic freedoms to the personal freedoms granted by their vehicles ...
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 Wade Dorrell, our newest Travel Information Volunteer (TIV). Wade is a software architect for Relias and has been riding our system for six years. He believes that transit is critical to improving the quality of life for those who live here and has been actively helping people learn to use the system for years. He loves the good-humored drivers and seeing people show appreciation for the work that they do.