Trans IV

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Dial-a-ride: Twin Falls area


Service description

The College of Southern Idaho operates Trans IV Buses, a public transit service operating in Twin Falls County and the Magic Valley. Trans IV Buses services include service between Twin Falls and Kimberly, Jerome, Filer, Buhl, and Burley; In-Town Commuter Dial-a-Ride service within Twin Falls and Jerome.
  • Service between Twin Falls and Kimberly, Hansen, Jerome, Filer, and Buhl: This is essentially a flexible “subscription” service designed accommodate Medicaid and other trips between these cities. It is open to the public and individuals not regularly scheduled can access the service with a phone reservation one day before the date of the trip. Generally these trips run once in the morning and once in the afternoon, although times can be changed to meet the needs of passengers. The service spans 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Burley Route: This is a “point-to-point” service between Burley and the College of Southern Idaho. The first bus departs Burley at 6:40 AM from in front of JC Penny’s in the old K-Mart parking lot. The second bus departs Burley at 9 AM from the same location. The buses drop off at the bus stop at CSI. The return trips are at 2:10 PM and 4:30 PM from the CSI Bus stop. The cost for the general public is $10 for a round trip. This service operates during the CSI Academic year.
  • If a person with a disability is unable to access the Burley stop, a special pick-up/drop-off can be made upon request.
  • In-Town Commuter Service: This “subscription” service operates within Twin Falls, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Flexible routes are developed based on individual travel needs.
  • Dial-A-Ride Service: Demand-response service is available in Twin Falls (MF 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) and Jerome (M-F 9:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.).
  • The general public fare for all services except the Burley route is $5.00 per round trip for one individual and $1.00 for other companions traveling from the same origin and destination. The Burley route is $10 round-trip. Reduced fares for individuals are offered through the Office on Aging and LINC (Living Independently Network Corporation) through a user-side subsidy. Medicaid-eligible trips are billed directly to Medicaid. Trans VI provides coordinated human service transportation on its general public services.

All rides need to be scheduled the day before the ride is needed by 2 PM that afternoon by calling 208-736-2133.

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