The stops at Idaho and 9th, and Idaho and 11th are closed. Please use Idaho and 15th.
What is VRT OnDemand?
VRT OnDemand allows people to get to more places in Canyon County by booking a ride when they need it through the VRT OnDemand mobile app or website. They’re picked up at the nearest bus stop or virtual stop, then dropped at another bus stop closest to their destination. VRT OnDemand offers many more places to go at the same rates as fixed-route bus fares—this service was designed with people in mind!
Book a ride through our app.
Step 1: Download the “VRT OnDemand” app through your app store. Follow the set-up instructions.
Step 2: Enter your pickup address, tap “Set Pickup.”
Step 3: Enter your destination address, tap “Set Dropoff.”
Step 4: Choose your ride option and tap “Book.”
Step 5: Meet your ride at the location indicated in the app.
Información en español disponible por internet, en la aplicación y por teléfono.
Can’t access the mobile app?
Book a ride through the website or by calling the help desk.Learn How
- Caldwell City Hall
- Caldwell Public Library
- Caldwell Senior High School
- Caldwell YMCA
- Canyon County Courthouse
- Canyon County DMV
- Happy Day Transit Center
- Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
- College of Western Idaho
- Columbia High School
- Ford Idaho Center
- Karcher Marketplace
- Nampa City Hall
- Nampa Public Library
- St. Alphonsus Garrity Campus
- St. Luke’s Nampa Medical Center
- Treasure Valley Marketplace
About OnDemand Routes
VRT OnDemand is available during normal bus operating hours. The cost to ride is the same as ValleyRide local fares and is paid in the same ways via the ValleyConnect mobile ticketing app, traditional bus passes, and cash. While bus service in Canyon County is changing, intercounty bus service between Ada County and Canyon County will continue through normal transfer stops and schedules. The new on-demand service will utilize safe and sanitized VRT buses, driven by trained, compassionate operators.