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February 05

AttentionUNKNOWN -  UNKNOWN

Route 42 Re-route Outbound to Town Square Mall: The Marketplace stop by Verizon will be closed and a temp stop will be placed by Einsteins. The stop at Midland and Cherry Lane will be closed. Inbound to Happy Day Transit Center: The stop at Midland and cherry ln will be closed. the stop in the Marketplace in front of the McDonald's will remain open.

February 19

Route 28 Construction -  Reduced Service

All stops on Maple Grove between Maple Grove between Overland and Victory are closed.

February 18

AttentionConstruction -  Detour

Outbound Regular route until Maple Grove & Overland, now we are turning Left on Overland, Right on Cole, Right on Victory, Left on Trabuco, Left on W. Salt Creek and back to normal route Missed stops Maple Grove & Overland, Pax will need to use Maple Grove & Hackamore Victory & Victory View, A temp has been placed at Trabuco for this stop Inbound Down Protec, Right on Victory, Left on Cole, Left on Overland, Right on Maple Grove and back to regular route Missed stops Victory & Victory view, Temp is placed on Trabuco that can be used for this

February 05

Route 29Construction -  Stop Moved

The following inbound stops have been closed Overland and Owyhee, Overland and Shoshone, and Overland and Vista are closed. Temp stops have been placed 300 feet prior to Owyhee and at Roberts.

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Oversight

VRT Board of Directors

The Valley Regional Transit (VRT) Board of Directors establishes policy and guides the strategic priorities for the agency. Board members include representatives from Ada and Canyon counties, the incorporated cities, and highway districts. In addition, there are representatives from Boise State University, the Capital City Development Corporation, the Idaho Transportation Department (ex-officio), and the Meridian Development Corporation.

The Board is scheduled to meet four times a year – in January, April, August, and September. The meetings are held at noon in the first-floor Board Room at the VRT administrative offices, 700 NE 2nd Street in Meridian.

2021 Board Membership

 

 

2021 BOARD MEETINGS

January 4
Meeting Packet

2020 Board MEETINGS

October 5
Meeting Packet
Draft FY2021-25 Transportation Development Plan
Draft TDP Appendix A

August 3
Meeting Packet

May 18 – Special meeting
Meeting Packet

VRT Executive Board

This is a standing committee of the Board. It reviews matters related to budget, finance, operations, governmental, and legislative actions. The Executive Board focuses on the internal and operational issues of the agency and works closely with the executive director in the management of Valley Regional Transit. Members are the board chair, past chair, chair-elect, vice-chair, treasurer, five at-large members from Ada and Canyon counties, as well as a representative from Boise State University.

The Executive Board is scheduled to meet on the first Monday of most months.

2021 Executive Board membership/meeting calendar

2021 EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETINGS

March 1
Meeting Packet

February 1
Meeting Packet

January 4
Meeting Packet

2020 Executive Board Meetings

December 7
Meeting Packet
Title VI Program 2021 Draft

November 2 (Joint meeting with the Regional Advisory Council)
Meeting Packet
Title VI Program 2021 Draft
Draft FY2021-25 Transportation Development Plan

October 5
Meeting Packet
Draft FY2021-25 Transportation Development Plan
Draft TDP Appendix A

August 3
Meeting Packet

July 6
Meeting Packet

To request meeting minutes or packets not listed above, please send your request to info@valleyregionaltransit.org.

Regional Advisory Council

(formerly the Regional Coordination Council)

This is a standing committee of the Valley Regional Transit Board. It was developed to provide a forum for transportation and human service staff to share information and to collaborate on mobility issues. Members of the Council provide advice to VRT on its transportation programs and disseminate mobility information to their stakeholders. The RAC is charged with oversight of updates to the Transportation Service Coordination Plan. Members also provide input and guidance on the Local Mobility Management Network (District 3C).

The Regional Advisory Council is scheduled to meet on the third Tuesday of most months. The Council does not meet in January, February, March, July, and August.

Our Vision

We envision an accessible regional transportation system that is built upon meaningful stakeholder input and feedback.

Our Mission

The Regional Advisory Council’s mission is to use a customer-centered focus to ensure that VRT’s policies, services, and outreach meet the mobility needs of the community.

Regional Advisory Council Membership

Kelly Berg, Susan Bradley, Lisa Brady, Therrie Butz, Randy Johnson, Terri Lindenberg, Jason Madsen, Jeremy Maxand (chairman), Salome Mwangi, Courtney Rosenkoetter, Walter Steed, Tina Wilson, Kelli Badesheim (VRT staff).

If you need to contact a Regional Advisory Council member, please call 208-258-2706.

 


Public Comment
The public is invited to provide written comments on an agenda item or provide comments at the VRT Board meetings. Please refer to the Board Agenda and Preparation Policy for more information.

2021 RAC MEETINGS

February 16
Meeting Packet

January 19
Meeting Packet

2020 RAC MEETINGS

December 12
Meeting Packet

October 20
Meeting Packet

September 15
Meeting Packet
RAC Orientation Presentation

June 16
Meeting Packet

May 19
Meeting Packet

April 21
Meeting Packet

March 17
Meeting Packet

January 20
Meeting Packet