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Bronco Shuttle


The Bronco Shuttle is a free service provided by Boise State University Department of Public Safety, carrying students, faculty, and guests around campus. The shuttle operates on a regular weekday schedule, ensuring everyone can get where they are going promptly.

During peak hours (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) the shuttle frequency is approximately every eight minutes. During non-peak shuttle hours (5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) shuttle frequency is approximately every fifteen minutes.

Track the shuttles on your computer or smartphone by following the live Bronco Shuttle link! Download the ETA Spot app for both iOS and Android devices.

LIVE Bronco Shuttle

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Shuttle Driver Feedback Form


Blue and Orange routes will be operating during the summer from 7 am to 7 pm.  The service will be provided Monday through Friday.

The Green Route will be operating during the summer from 9 am to 5 pm.  The service will be provided Monday through Friday.

As a reminder, the Bronco Shuttles run on a loop system. This means they do not have a pre-determined arrival and departure time but rather run continuously on their route. The drivers do their best to maintain adequate spacing to reduce wait times. Please use the ETA Spot app to find your next shuttle.

Tracker and accessibility upgrades!

We are welcoming new improvements to your tracking and riding experience.  ETA Spot is the new app to track both Bronco Shuttles and VRT bus routes.  You can also enjoy audible stop announcements and an interior sign displaying the next stops.  Thanks for riding!

New Route for Spring Semester

Starting Monday, January 8, 2024, the Bronco Shuttle will add the Green Route to serve the south campus.  It will operate Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Hop on for service to Albertsons, housing at Beacon and Boise Ave., and University Drive!


  • You are choosing to board Transit and are responsible for your safety.
  • Do not eat or drink on the shuttle.

While on board the shuttle, we ask that you observe a few courtesies to make your shuttle ride easier, safer, and a more pleasant experience for yourself and other passengers.


  • Smoke (including smokeless electronic cigarettes) or drink alcohol
  • Board through the rear door
  • Litter
  • Use profanity, or engage in disruptive behavior
  • Threaten or harass the driver or other passengers
  • Bring battery-operated mobility devices aboard — however, there are bicycle racks on the front of the shuttles to carry your bikes


  • Wear shirts and shoes
  • Listen to music only through headphones and keep the volume low enough so other riders can’t hear it
  • Remain seated while the bus is in motion (when possible)
  • Keep your feet off the seats
  • Keep your hands, arms, and head inside the bus. Do not shout out the window
  • Respect fellow riders – no loud talking with passengers or on your cell phone

General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS)

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