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April 03 5:00 AM


Outbound Route 6 at Orchard and Franklin stop is closed, placed temp stop in front of Gas station.

April 08 12:00 AM


IB stop on Idaho and 3rd is closed, no temp stop placed due to revenue lane and stop blocked off by cones.

April 11 4:00 AM


Inbound stop at Franklin and Phillipi is closed. No temp placed.

April 11 5:00 AM


Outbound stop at Orchard and Ponder is closed. No temp.

March 29 12:00 AM


Route 16 is on detour. Inbound: From 9th, left Jefferson, right 6th, right Front, right Capitol, to Main Street Station. No stops missed.

Home > News > Caldwell City Council to vote on VRT funding April 2

Caldwell City Council to vote on VRT funding April 2

At the Tuesday, April 2nd, 6 p.m. Caldwell City Council meeting, the council will decide between resolutions to approve VRT funding. The resolutions can be found under the “New Business” section of the meeting agenda packet:

Item 4a ($495,142) would: 
  • Fund existing VRT On-Demand services
  • Add a new Route 56 on Caldwell Blvd, which would serve the Caldwell Events Center, downtown Caldwell, the Steunenberg residential historic district, College of Idaho, Walmart, and Happy Day Transit Center
  • Support the restructured service on routes 40 and 42
  • Fund VRT Access service through downtown Caldwell and along Caldwell Blvd
  • NOT fund Route 58 serving south Caldwell, which was previously approved by the VRT Board of Directors and the Caldwell City Council and would have served the Caldwell Police Station, Social Security Office, the Caldwell Library, West Valley Medical, YMCA, Walmart, and the Happy Day Transit Center
Item 4b ($345,142) would:

No public hearing for these resolutions has been posted. Members of public can share feedback by:

The meeting agenda can be found here: