ValleyRide provides public transit services for Valley Regional Transit, the public transportation authority for Ada and Canyon counties in southwest Idaho. For more information, visit valleyregionaltransit.org.
The Ada County Highway District's Commuteride office works to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by promoting alternatives to driving alone. For more information, visit commuteride.com.
Bike Share is a form of alternative transportation designed to provide people living, working and visiting downtown Boise with a convenient and healthy way of making short trips from one place to another, all without contributing to congestion or pollution . For more information, visit boise.greenbike.com.
Saturday Market Downtown Shuttle
Hop on the free "Market Bee" shuttle at the Boise Farmer’s Market Shoreline location, or downtown at 8th and Main and ride to and from the markets every Saturday from 9-2pm.
Dock-free electric scooters are a smart mobility solution in reducing traffic congestion, promoting healthy living and solve the all-important challenge of the first and last mile. For more information, visit:
Uber is a technology platform that connects riders in search of an affordable and safe ride with the nearest driver. All transactions are cashless through the smartphone application and the service is available throughout the Treasure Valley. For more information please visit uber.com
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Sometimes it's just inevitable. You're on your way Downtown and you get stuck in traffic due to construction. Let us help you out of the "jam". The following links will provide you with the most up to date information on the road work taking place in city, county, and state.
Ada County Highway District
You'll find the most up to date information on the public highway system in the county. Daily updates on current projects and road closures as well as information on future road work. For more information, visit Ada County Highway District Online.