Arabic Arabic Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Simplified) Dutch Dutch English English French French German German Italian Italian Portuguese Portuguese Russian Russian Spanish Spanish

May 13

Route 40, 43Construction -  Stop Moved

The stops at Idaho and 9th, and Idaho and 11th are closed. Please use Idaho and 15th.

May 13

Route 11Construction -  Stop Moved

Both stops at Alworth and Kent are closed no temp stop placed.

May 13

Route 6/7a/7b/pm 8XConstruction -  Reduced Service

The stops at Idaho/9th and Idaho/11th are closed. Please use Idaho/15th.

May 11

rt 28 detourConstruction -  Detour

INBOUND: From Frank Church continue on Protech, Right Victory, Left Cole, Left Overland, Right Maple Grove to regular route. OUTBOUND: From Maple Grove, Left Overland, Right Cole, Right Victory, Left Trabuco, Left Salt Creek, Right Protech to regular route. TEMP STOPS: Trabuco/la Jolla st, temp placed across from stop on Protech CLOSED STOPS: OB/IB Victory and Victory View, Protech

May 11

ROUTE 11Construction -  Modified Service

Due to construction on Alworth, the stops at Alworth/Kent AM and PM are closed. Also, the PM stop at Alworth/Adams and Alworth/50th are closed. Please use the temp stop on 50th.

Home > Services > Harvest Transit

Harvest Transit: Free Rides in Meridian

Harvest Transit provides free transportation for seniors, persons with disabilities, and veterans from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Saturday within a designated service area in Meridian.

How does it work?

Three simple steps: plan, schedule, and be ready.

First, make sure your trip is within the service area boundaries by checking the zone map. Once you’ve verified the trip’s destination is within the qualifying area, call 208-343-4414 to schedule your ride at least 2 business days in advance. You will receive a reminder call the night before your trip to inform you of when you will be picked up. Finally, be ready at least an hour prior to the scheduled pick-up time. Although rides are intended to be on-time, please know that they could arrive up to one hour before the scheduled pick-up time.

This program is designed by the local community, for the local community, in partnership with the local community.

Harvest Transit is made possible through a partnership between Harvest Church, Valley Regional Transit, and several community partners. VRT provides transportation programs for underserved communities and populations in the Treasure Valley and Southwest Idaho, with Harvest Transit being one offering among others. Harvest Church is a Christian church in downtown Meridian.