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
Valley Regional Transit works with other stakeholders across the Treasure Valley to get more people to more places more often. To do this, service planning and capital planning are a constant priority. Service planning determines where public transit is provided. Capital planning builds and maintains the infrastructure for public transit.
This is the planning archive.
2022 Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan for Ada and Canyon counties
Federal transit law requires that projects selected for funding under the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 program be derived from a locally developed Coordinated Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan (or “Coordinated Plan”). This plan engages public transportation and human service providers in identifying the transportation needs of individuals with disabilities, older adults, and people with low incomes. This plan will provide strategies for meeting those needs and prioritize transportation services for funding and implementation.Read the final report Read the final report (screen reader accessible)
Meridian Fixed-Route Service
VRT worked with the City of Meridian, local businesses, and the general public to develop a new route serving the heart of Meridian. That route began service on October 3, 2022.Learn more
Regional Vanpool Study
Valley Regional Transit and Ada County Highway District Commuteride, the regional vanpool provider, have partnered to evaluate the impacts of commuters changing needs on vanpool programs and offerings, and develop concrete solutions and action steps to expand the breadth and reach of vanpool and shared mobility services regionwide.Read the final report
2021 Program of projects
The Program of Projects is a one sheet reference guide outlining fiscal year capital projects and program costs listed by county and includes funding sources and matching amounts.Learn more
State Street Alternative Analysis
In cooperation with the State Street Technical Team and participants from the Ada County Highway District (ACHD), City of Boise, the Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC), the Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS) and the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD), Fehrs and Peers led an alternative analysis to recommend a preferred alternative for transit service between State Street, Whitewater Park, and downtown Boise.Read the Analysis report