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October 28 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

December 01 12:00 AM

Route 3

Route 3: The outbound stop at Vista and Spalding is closed temp stop placed far side.

January 05 6:00 AM

Route 42

Route 42: outbound and inbound stops have been closed due to the new roundabout causing safety issues. Ooutbound temp stop is East of Birch Ln & Red Oak Dr. Inbound temp stop is West of Birch Ln & Red Oak Dr.

January 18 12:00 AM

Route 4

Route 4: Outbound stop on Roosevelt and Kootenai is closed, no temp stop.

January 23 6:00 AM

Route 42

Route 42 stops closed due to construction: Franklin Rd & Robinson Rd (SEC), and Franklin Rd & Star Rd (NWM). No temp stops placed. Passengers can use Franklin & Tiegs, or Franklin & Black Cat.

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Connected Canyon County initiative enters final phase

VRT has begun the final phase of the Connected Canyon County initiative where we share what we’ve learned and get feedback on future services and programs. Learn more about the initiative below!

What

Since July 2021, VRT has been working with leaders and community partners on an initiative called Connected Canyon County. We’ve worked to understand needs and identify transportation options that improve access to important destinations and activities in Canyon County while considering potential funding challenges.

Why

Transportation and mobility are the means to improve quality of life for all who live, work, learn, play, worship, and seek services across our region. Unprecedented growth is putting additional pressure on an already tight housing market. The lack of affordable housing is pushing residents farther away from jobs, food, healthcare, education, and recreation. Canyon County is a place where neighbors help neighbors and organizations work together to improve life for everyone.

Now what

We’re applying what we heard to real-life scenarios: bus service, customer support systems, and more. We want your feedback to guide where we direct our efforts! There are 3 ways to engage:

  1. Online: Our Engage VRT platform lets you participate and provide feedback when it is convenient for you!
  2. In-person Open Houses: Want to talk to VRT staff face-to-face? We will be at the Happy Day Transit Center (5907 W. Cleveland Blvd., Caldwell, ID) for open houses over the next few weeks!
  3. Virtual Town Halls: Would you prefer a virtual presentation-style session? These are for you.

 

We’re taking feedback through Friday, February 17!