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Need A Ride To Your COVID Shot? Valley Transit Will Help Get You There

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Valley Regional Transit is helping Treasure Valley residents get to vaccination appointments scheduled at the Saint Alphonsus vaccine clinic at The Village at Meridian.

VRT has two free transportation options. The first one is a Lyft ride that takes people to and from a bus stop in a designated area to the Saint Al’s clinic. The vaccine Lyft Transit Connection rides are free and available Monday-Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Rides2Wellness is a ride sharing service that takes people from their home or workplace to medical appointments at participating clinics in Ada County. Now, The Village at Meridian clinic has been added to the program’s destinations.These rides must be scheduled two business days ahead of an appointment.


Riders can book both types of appointments Monday-Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. by calling the VRT Help Desk at 208-345-7433.


VRT has been offering no-cost rides to vaccination sites in Nampa and Caldwell since March 15. For more information, visit: valleyregionaltransit.org/NCR2V or call the help desk. 


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