Live near a bus route? Then hopping on ValleyRide may be right for you.  With over 26 routes throughout the Treasure Valley, ValleyRide has a route for wherever you are going.

ValleyRide also operates Paratransit bus services.  These provide curb-to-curb transportation services for those with disabilities in Boise, Garden City, Nampa and Caldwell.  

Commuting on the bus can put more money in your wallet, improve your networking skills, and reduce your carbon footprint.  


Though you may never need it, you have a ride home if an emergency ever strikes.
Emergency Ride Home (ERH) is available when:

  • You or an immediate family member gets sick or has a severe crisis.

  • You have unexpected overtime.

To Qualify for ERH, you must:

  • Create a MyCommuterCrew.com profile and log your past 30 days of commuting.

  • Be a part-time or full-time employee.

  • Have shared a ride (vanpool or carpool), taken the bus, biked or walked to work on the day the ride is requested.

Registering is Easy, the Ride is Free

After you create a My Commuter Crew profile and log your previous commutes, you are able to print a free voucher good for a taxi ride home. You may use the service up to six times or $300 per calendar year, which ever one comes first.  You can only print a voucher on the day of the emergency.  Detailed instructions for the service are provided once you register.  ERH users are responsible for the taxi driver’s gratuity.