Canyon County
Routes & Hours of Services (Monday through Friday)

Hours

   Bus service is provided within most of the Nampa and Caldwell city limits and between the two cities. The days of operation are 6:20 a.m. to 7:15 p.m. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. Four all-day buses are deployed as a single route with two branches.
   To access information about pass sales outlets, Park & Ride facilities, major bus transfer locations, fares and access service, visit the guides section of this website.

No-service Holidays

New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day

Maps and Downloads

Passes and Other Information

   For information about Pass Sale Outlets, Park & Ride Facilities and Major Bus Transfer Locations plus other information visit the Guide section of this website.

  Language assistance is available to ValleyRide and ACCESS passengers. All calls for translator service must go through RideLine customer service (345-7433). The passenger must be able to either: tell the customer service representative what language they speak; be able to identify their language from a printed list if asking a bus operator for language assistance; or have someone call RideLine on their behalf. 

Nampa/Caldwell fixed-line and shuttle routes:

Route 51 Nampa South
Operates: Monday - Friday
Description: This route starts at the Happy Day Transit Center, travels to the St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Nampa and back to the transit center every hour.
Route 51 - Nampa South map and schedule

Route 52 North Caldwell
Operates: Monday - Friday
Description: This route starts at the Happy Day Transit Center, travels to the Canyon County Courthouse in Caldwell and back to the transit center every hour.         
Route 52 - Caldwell North map and schedule

Route 53 Nampa North
Operates: Monday - Friday
Description: This routes starts at the Happy Day Transit Center, travels to the College of Western Idaho main campus in Nampa and back to the transit center.
Route 53 - Nampa North map and schedule

Route 54 Caldwell South
Operates: Monday - Friday
Description: This route starts at the Happy Day Transit Center, travels to the West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell and back to the transit center.
Route 54 - Caldwell south map and schedule

Route 55 CWI Shuttle
Operates: Monday - Friday
Description: This shuttle bus provides service to four College of Western Idaho campuses in Nampa – the Canyon county Center, the Micron Center for Professional and Technical Education, the Aspen Classroom Building, and the Academic Building on the main campus. The route also provides service to the Walmart and the CWI Park & Ride. Please note that this service does not operate on days when school is not in session.
Route 55 - CWI Shuttle map and schedule

GoRide Community Link routes provide limited free bus service to various locations in Canyon County, including the Caldwell YMCA

   The two routes - GoRide Community Link Nampa Service and GoRide Community Link Caldwell Service, provide weekday service between various locations in both cities and the Caldwell YMCA. On school days when school is in session, the routes provide one trip in the late afternoon/early evening. On weekdays when school is not in session (except for holidays), the routes provide three daily roundtrips. There is no cost to ride the routes. Brown Bus Company and Caldwell Transportation Services provide the buses for the service.
   Both routes connect to several ValleyRide bus routes. The Caldwell YMCA can also be accessed by ValleyRide Route 57 and through the GoRide Volunteer Driver Program.

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