The outbound stop at Capitol/Ann Morrison is closed. Please use temp stop 200 feet far side.
VRT now offering new no-cost transportation services
Valley Regional Transit is now offering two new no-cost transportation services for veterans in Meridian, and Nampa and Caldwell residents needing to get to medical appointments.
City Go Pay Platform and app coming soon!
Paying for bus passes, parking, and other transit options in Boise and the Treasure Valley is about to get easier thanks to the City Go Pay platform. The platform, which officially launches in September 2021, centralizes transit passes and services into a single payment platform, making it easy and convenient for community members, commuters, and visitors to get around Boise and the Treasure Valley.
We are hiring bus drivers
Are you looking for a new career? We are hiring bus drivers in both Ada and Canyon counties. We offer a sign-up bonus of up to $2,500 and an excellent wage/benefits package. We have several other open positions in both counties.
VRT adds two new no-cost transportation services
VRT is now offering two new no-cost services. The Meridian Veterans Service helps veterans living in Meridian get to the Boise Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Boise. Rides 2 Wellness will provide rides to Caldwell and Nampa residents who need rides to medical appointments.
Valley Regional Transit offers no-cost rides to vaccination clinic
Transportation should not be a barrier to getting the COVID-19 vaccine. That’s the philosophy behind Valley Regional Transit’s latest efforts to get those with transportation challenges to COVID-19 vaccination sites. VRT has expanded two of its existing transportation programs to include no-cost rides to the Saint Alphonsus vaccination site at The Village at Meridian.