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Coordinating Shuttle Transportation? We Can Help

Boise Shuttle Service

When coordinating a large event, there is so much to consider. There is the venue, the food, the drinks, the furniture rentals, band or DJ, decorations, setting times with the main speakers or main attraction, making sure everything is perfectly timed, and on top of all of that, making sure your guests arrive on time and happy. If you are expecting a surplus of out of town guests, transportation is a must consider subject. How are all of those people going to make it to your event to enjoy it?

Keep the Team Together—Before and After the Game

Charter a bus for your football group

We know you love watching your kids play sports. There’s nothing quite like the experience of seeing them learn and grown as athletes. However, there are a few things you probably do without, like early morning games, rain delays, and sweaty, stinky car rides. Lucky for you, we can help with the latter.

Plan Your Fall Excursion Without Transportation Worries

need a shuttle for your next event

Autumn is nearly upon us, and it is such a great time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Now that the temperatures are a bit cooler, and the leaves are starting to fall, why not plan a family day trip to one of the many beautify attractions that Boise has to offer. And, don’t worry about who has to drive, simply take advantage of the Boise Shuttle Service.

Solve Wedding Woes with a Shuttle Service

Boise Shuttle Service

It's tough work to plan a wedding--and because your mind is usually full of color choices and seating arrangement and music decisions and food and clothing and more, it can be easy to overlook one of the most important details: transportation. Don't let this happen to you!

Weekend Adventures: Hiking and Rafting

Idaho River Rafting Shuttles

You've got one precious weekend away, and you don't want to waste it--but you're not sure what to do. Sound familiar? Well, we just so happen to have the answers you've been craving: don't waste your weekend--get out, breathe some fresh air, and take a hike and a river rafting adventure (and don't worry about transportation; we've got that covered, too).

Outfitters Spotlight: Aggipah River Trips

Shuttle for Salmon River Idaho Rafting

There are two things you want to research before you go on a whitewater rafting trip: you want to know the river you're rafting--the history, the location, the local wildlife--and you also want to know the outfitter who is taking you on your trip. The folks on our Shuttles for Idaho Salmon River Rafting have taken the time to gather some information about outfitters, and today, the spotlight is on Aggipah River Trips.

Lessons from a Corporate Bus: Travel Tipping

Corporate Bus

We know that etiquette is a complicated thing, often like its language--and that's just in your home town! As you travel, you'll find that the language of etiquette has many different dialects, and this is never more true than when it comes to tipping. You'll probably run into countless opportunities to leave a tip during your travels, and luckily, our Corporate Bus experts have seen a lot on their travels and know a thing or two about this unique "dialect" of etiquette.

Suzanne Bolin: as the Driver of the Week

Suzanne Bolin

When the mother of a school student that had some challenges, especially when it came to strangers, noticed who was driving the bus going past their home, everything changed.

That mom had been transporting her daughter to and from school. Her daughter liked people, but not strange people, making it a little technical to ride a school bus. But now, the mother felt there wouldn’t be any problem.

CTC driver Suzanne Bolin had been that girl’s preschool teacher. 

Becky Hardin: CTC's Driver of the Week

ctc driver of the week

When Becky Hardin drove past Caldwell Transportation Company every day on the way to her job at a large grocery store chain, she always saw the “Now Hiring” banner.

Working too many long hours at her current job, Becky felt she spent too much time away from her kids, One day, after driving past CTC, she thought, “Why not?” That was eleven years ago.

A.J. Nestor: CTC's Driver of the Week

driver of the week

When A.J. Nestor’s former brother-in-law convinced her to apply at the bus company where he worked, she did so, but she also applied at Caldwell Transportation.

Caldwell Transportation called back first.

Being between jobs, A.J. didn’t plan to drive a bus for long. In her mind, she was there temporarily. That was back in the nineties. We’ve been lucky enough to have kept A.J. around for a good while.

“Bus driving is just second nature now,” says A.J., “the more you go, the easier it gets.”

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