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June 17

Route 3Construction -  Modified Service

The outbound stop at Capitol/Ann Morrison is closed. Please use temp stop 200 feet far side.

June 17

Route 1, 3Construction -  Reduced Service

9th/River and 9th/Royal are closed. No temp stops placed.

June 14

Route 1,3,5UNKNOWN -  UNKNOWN

The stop at 9th/Myrtle is closed.

June 11

Route 3Construction -  Stop Moved

Route 3 Inbound and Outbound stops on Vista and Sunrise Rim/Elder are closed temp stop placed about 200 feet near and far side.

June 11

Route 9Construction -  Modified Service

State/9th is closed. Please use State/11th.

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Learn about new offerings, initiatives, and projects at Valley Regional Transit.

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.

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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.

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VRT provides no-cost rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites in Nampa and Caldwell

Valley Regional Transit offers free rides to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites in Nampa and Caldwell

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Sign Up for Safe Travels, Treasure Valley Newsletter

With the impact and outcomes from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Treasure Valley is moving forward with new ways to stay connected, and measuring its progress along the way.

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VRT and the COVID-19 Pandemic

Valley Regional Transit has been extremely proactive in developing ways to keep our riders safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. From mandating the use of face masks by riders and bus operators to disinfecting buses daily, we have implemented numerous strategies to help prevent the spread of the virus.

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