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The inbound stop at Idaho and 1st is closed due to construction. The next nearest stop is at Idaho and 3rd.
The stop at Main and 5th has reopened. A temporary bus stop cone has been placed at the location.
This route is on detour - after leaving the VA, the bus travels along Fort to Avenue B to Warm Springs to Straughn to McKinley back on route. The stop at Fort and Washington is open.
Construction work has prompted a long-term detour of Route 18. The outbound detour will begin at the first roundabout. The bus will turn right on to Parkcenter/Warm Springs at the roundabout. It will then turn right on E Warm Springs Avenue, Left on Mill Spur (will circle the pool), right on E Warm Springs Avenue and left on to Parkcenter/Warm Springs back to the roundabout. It will stay on regular route from the roundabout to downtown.
A temporary bus stop cone has been placed at Capital and Myrtle.
The outbound stop at Fairview and Cole is closed. A temporary stop cone has been placed on the far side of the stop.
The stop at State and Ellens Ferry is closed. A temporary stop has been placed at State and Bayou.
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From the Newsroom:
Canyon/Intercounty Service Changes
Valley Regional Transit Board of Directors approves ValleyRide service changes.
Welcome to the new Valley Regional Transit website. Here are some things that you need to know about it an how you can help make it better.