Teton Valley Transportation Options

Transportation in Teton Valley can be difficult to figure out. Please contact the CRCTV at 208-243-0870 or info@crctv.org if the following options do not work for you.


Runs morning routes from Teton Valley to Jackson and runs evening routes from Jackson to Teton Valley.

1 ride (one way) – $8

10 rides (one way) – $42

1 month pass (unlimited rides) – $105 ($95 for additional consecutive months)

Discounts available for seniors and children under 12.




Teton Valley Commuter Bus Schedule – Summer 2017

Accessibility: Some of these buses are wheelchair accessible, but call to make sure which ones are running.

Teton Rideshare

A carpooling app for Idaho and Wyoming commuters. Download the free Duet App from iTunes or Google Play by searching Duet Commute or visit DuetInc.com. Create your profile and share your carpooling needs.


Accessibility: Private carpooling options may not be wheelchair-accessible.


Grand Targhee Resort Local Shuttle

Runs a shuttle between Driggs and Grand Targhee Resort, which may vary by season – $2 in the winter and free in the summer.


Shuttle website for schedule

Accessibility: Contact Grand Targhee at 307-353-2300.

 Salt Lake Express

Runs shuttles from Jackson, Star Valley, and Swan Valley to Rexburg, Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Boise, and Salt Lake City, UT, and back. This bus does not go over Teton Pass, so you must pick it up in Jackson, Swan Valley, Rexburg, or Idaho Falls.

Price varies.




Salt Lake Express Route Map

Accessibility: Salt Lake Express has wheelchair-accessible vehicles, but they must be requested 48 hours prior to travel by turning in an Accessible Vehicle Request Form, emailing the form to reservations@saltlakeexpress.com, or talking to a representative over the phone. Visit the FAQ page and go to the “Wheelchair Access” section to find the form.

Alltrans Mountain States Express

Runs shuttles between Jackson, Star Valley, and Salt Lake City.

Jackson to Salt Lake City – $75

1-800-652-9510 or 307-733-1719


Mountain States Express Route Schedule

Accessibility: Call to request a wheelchair-accessible bus at least 24 hours before your scheduled travel.

Share the Ride Idaho

A State of Idaho website to identify carpool partners and public transportation options for your commute. The more people join, the more options become available.


Accessibility: Private carpooling options may not be wheelchair-accessible. Vanpool and public transportation routes may be accessible; visit the Start Bus and the TRPTA sections of this page to know whom to contact.


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