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September 01 4:00 AM

Route 2, 3, 4

Routes 2, 3, 4: The stop at the airport has moved to the general public traffic lanes on the lower loop of Airport Way. The stop is located from pillar 14 to pillar 17 at the end of the arrivals pick up lanes

September 07 6:00 AM

Route 45

Route 45: detour The intersection of Idaho Ctr Blvd & Cherry Ln will be closed from 5/16/23 to 10/30/23 due to construction. The buses will detour from Idaho Ctr Blvd to Franklin Rd, then onto Black Cat Road to Cherry Ln. No stops will be missed.

September 07 6:00 AM

Route 42

Route 42 - Stop at Franklin & Robinson Rd SEC is closed due to construction. No Temp stop placed. Passengers can use the stop in front of Amazon listed as Franklin & Robinson Rd SWM.

September 08 7:00 AM

Route 16, 17

Route 16 and 17: due to construction on both the 16 and 17 expect delays.

September 22 12:00 AM

Route 17

Route 17: the outbound stop on Warm Springs and Walnut is closed; temp stop placed 300' far side.

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How is Public Transportation Doing?

VRT reports on public transportation utilization across services in Ada County and Canyon County, including fixed route, on demand, specialized transportation and vanpools.

Access the Fiscal Year 2022 First Quarter Ridership Information

Access the Fiscal Year 2022 Second Quarter Ridership Information


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Funding & Usage Information

Funding for Valley Regional Transit (VRT) is provided through a variety of revenue sources. The majority of funding is received through federal grants, voluntary contributions from local partners, fare and advertising revenue. VRT works with the governing bodies within Ada and Canyon counties to leverage these funding sources to provide transit services, initiate capital projects and fund regional planning and administration of the system. VRT works with other agencies like the Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS) and the Idaho Department of Transportation (ITD) to find and secure additional funding sources that could provide one-time project funding needs, as well as coordinate sustainable funding strategies that are necessary to grow public transportation in the Treasure Valley.

Audits and Reports

Valley Regional Transit
2022 VRT Fact Sheet 2021 VRT Fact Sheet 2020 VRT Fact Sheet 2019 VRT Fact Sheet



FY2022 Financial Statements FY 2021 Financial Statements FY 2020 Financial Statements FY 2019 Financial Statements FY 2018 Financial Statements


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