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April 13

Routes 7A, BConstruction -  Stop Moved

Inbound Routes 7A,B stop on Fairview and Curtis is closed, temp stop placed 200' far side.

April 01

Route 6Construction -  No Service

Outbound Orchard and Cassis is closed. A temp stop is placed 300ft nearside

March 09

Route 11Construction -  Detour

AM/PM Route 11 Stops are closed on Adams/38th and Reed St.

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Vanpool

A vanpool is a ridesharing option with 5+ riders commuting to work on a similar route and schedule. It’s larger than a private carpool, but generally smaller than a city bus. To access this service locally, check out Club Red through Commuteride. One fare will cover the costs of the van, maintenance, gas, and insurance.

Vanpool Options in the Treasure Valley

Why take a vanpool? It’s a sustainable, healthy, relaxing, and financially responsible alternative to the demands of personally driving yourself to work every day. ACHD Commuteride operates Club Red, the vanpool option for the Treasure Valley. You always have a ride home if you get sick, have an emergency, or just need to stay later than normal at the office. All you need to do is call Boise City Taxi at 208-377-3333 and show them your Club Red Card.

There are routes in Boise, Caldwell, Eagle, Emmett, Kuna, Melba, Meridian, Mountain Home, Ontario, and Nampa. Route start and quit times will vary, so refer to the frequently updated Commuteride website.

Each new Club Red member, and those who haven’t been a member in one year, can receive the first month for free!

Commuter exits vanpool