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Valley Regional Transit

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Valley Regional Transit

Valley Regional Transit
Headquarters 830 N. Main Street
Locale Meridian, Idaho
Service area Ada County, Idaho
Canyon County, Idaho
Service type bus service
Routes 24
Fuel type CNG & Diesel
Website ValleyRide

Valley Regional Transit, doing business as ValleyRide, is a public agency which is the main provider of mass transit service in metropolitan Boise, Idaho. Eighteen routes operate in Ada County, providing six day per week service to Boise and its immediate suburbs. Two interlined routes are provided in the city of Nampa, and a similar system is present in Caldwell. Five intercounty commuter lines are also offered. Both a peak hour express route and an all-day limited-stop incarnation of the same route connect Nampa and Meridian. Service also connects BSU with the College of Western Idaho in Nampa. A fourth and fifth express route only run once per day in each direction, one of which connects Caldwell and Boise and the other of which links Boise with the small towns along Idaho Route 44.

Route list

  • 1 Parkcenter
  • 2 Broadway
  • 3 Vista
  • 4 Roosevelt
  • 5 Emerald
  • 6 Orchard
  • 7 Fairview
  • 8 Five Mile
  • 8X Chinden Express
  • 9 State St
  • 9X State St Express
  • 10 Hill Rd/Maple Grove
  • 11 Garden City
  • 14 Hyde Park
  • 16 VA Shuttle
  • 17 Warm Springs
  • 28 Cole/Victory
  • 29 Overland
  • 40 Nampa/Meridian Express
  • 42 Nampa/Meridian Limited
  • 43 Caldwell Express
  • 44 Hwy 44 Express
  • 45 BSU Express
  • 51 Nampa South
  • 52 Caldwell South
  • 53 Nampa North
  • 54 Caldwell North


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