Transit Agencies and Service Information

The Bay Area’s buses, ferries and trains will get you where you want to go. We have the connections to get you across town, across counties or across the bay. 

See transit agency information below for service and schedule updates. 

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AC Transit ridership recovery is underway, and our Realign initiative is evaluating every bus line to better meet the travel patterns of the new normal. Whether it's a hybrid work commute, school, sightseeing, or recreation, our industry-leading battery electric and hybrid fuel cell bus fleet will get you there. Welcome aboard!

For more rider information, including ACT Realtime, maps and schedules, and trip planning, visit:

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BART’s new September schedule will mean no rider will wait more than 20 minutes for a scheduled train no matter what hour of the day or day of the week. Right now, we are providing a better level of schedule consistency seven days a week than we’ve ever had before.

The new schedule is loaded into our trip planning tools and PDF timetables can be found here

BART is also offering a new experience with ample parking, additional safety staff on trains and in stations and the ability to pay fares with your phone.

For more information, visit:

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Caltrain provides rail service along the Peninsula, with daily service from San Francisco to San Jose, extending to Gilroy during weekday commute hours. Caltrain will offer more service and choices for its customer than ever before, by implementing service increases to expand service options and maintain regional connections to BART and other agencies. The improvements will provide faster and more frequent all day service for people returning to work, school and social events.

More information about service improvements and changes visit:

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Bus and Paratransit Services in Central Contra Costa County

County Connection provides fixed-route and paratransit bus service for communities throughout Central Contra Costa County. Our fleet of fully accessible transit buses and paratransit vehicles not only help to reduce traffic congestion, but can connect you to area colleges and universities, entertainment, historical sites, and the greater Bay Area. For additional savings, check out our free routes, Clipper® START, and Youth Clipper® programs.

Learn more about our services by calling 925-676-7500 or visit

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FAST, (no longer Fairfield and Suisun Transit), underwent a Comprehensive Operational Analysis (COA) in December 2020. Per the recommendations, FAST has been progressing through various phases to administer changes within current transit services. In July 2023, fixed route and paratransit fares increased; and in September, FAST CONNECT (on-demand microtransit) was added to serve two zones, Cordelia/Green Valley and Northeast Fairfield. Adding these zones eliminated routes 2, 4, and 6 and converted route 8 to the 8 Tripper. To schedule rides in these zones, the “Ride Pingo” app can be downloaded on smartphones and rides can be prescheduled 24 hours in advance. FAST also eliminated fixed route paper passes to move toward contactless payment options, including Clipper, Token Transit (mobile app), and Ride Pingo (FAST Connect mobile app). For more information and to access real-time bus information, please visit:

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The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District operates and maintains the Golden Gate Bridge and two unified public transit systems – Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry – connecting the counties of Marin, Sonoma, San Francisco, and Contra Costa. Golden Gate Transit operates bus service in a 60 mile service area along the Hwy. 101 corridor from Santa Rosa to San Francisco. Golden Gate Ferry serves Larkspur, Sausalito and Tiburon with service to San Francisco.

Fare Discount: Sail and Rail $12 Fare: SMART to Larkspur Ferry discounted.

For more information, visit:

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Marin Transit provides local public transit service in Marin County. Marin Transit offers high-capacity service on major corridors, community shuttles, rural service into West Marin, supplemental school services, demand-response paratransit and specialized services and programs for older adults and people with disabilities. Marin Transit is operating pre-pandemic service levels and ridership is back to historic levels. To learn more about current service, please visit:


Fare Discounts: Marin Transit offers many discount programs for riders, including Clipper® START for low-income adults, Marin Access Fare Assistance for older adults and ADA riders, and youth discounts. For more information on these and other discounted fare programs, go to

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Vine Transit is maintaining regional service at pre-pandemic levels and has restored service to the Vallejo Ferry Terminal and the El Cerrito Del Norte BART station. Within the City of Napa, Vine will continue to operate a hybrid system that includes fixed routes and on-demand service. NVTA is restoring weekend hours and fixed route service to schools in smaller jurisdictions. Visit:

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Petaluma Transit has reinstated the majority of fixed route transit service. School Trip service will return for Fall 2021. All vehicles continue to receive additional sanitization and safety protocols. Visit: 

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SamTrans provides bus and paratransit service throughout San Mateo County, and into parts of San Francisco and Palo Alto. SamTrans is increasing its operations and modifying its schedule, which includes the resumption of School-Day Service on all routes, and some schedule and routing adjustments. More information about service improvements and changes can be found at:

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San Francisco Bay Ferry is offering more service than ever before with lower fares across the system. The ferry is the cool, calm and comfortable way to get across the Bay. Commuting again or traveling for fun? Take the ferry from Alameda, Oakland, Richmond, San Francisco or Vallejo. Find schedules and more at

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The SFMTA oversees Muni, San Francisco's network of fuel-efficient buses, light rail Metro trains, historic streetcars and iconic cable cars. Hundreds of thousands of people rely on Muni every day to get to their jobs, to school, to the grocery store and to the senior center. The SFMTA’s recent investments in improvements such as transit-priority lanes, bus bulbs and smart traffic signals have made Muni’s main bus lines faster and more reliable than ever. 

Learn more at

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Santa Rosa CityBus restored service levels to 85 percent of pre-pandemic levels on August 8, including full restoration of weekend service, increased weekday frequencies, and shifting schedules to better align with new bell times at city schools. On July 1 CityBus launched its Unlimited Rides Youth Program. The program takes aim at providing free transit for 30,000 school age children through grade 12. The program is one of a suite of unlimited rides programs CityBus offers to veterans, college students, paratransit riders, employers, and residential developments. Visit:

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SolTrans is the local bus and paratransit provider for Benicia and Vallejo and the operator of the Solano County’s intercity commuter service, SolanoExpress. Their services connect Benicia, Vallejo, and Solano County residents locally, regionally, and support major transfer connections. The SolanoExpress Blue, Green, Red, and Yellow Lines connect with local and regional transit partners like BART, Amtrak, County Connection, Dixon Ready Ride, FAST, Golden Gate Transit, Napa Vine, Vacaville City Coach, Vallejo Ferry, WestCAT and Greyhound. The SolTrans Route 82 provides direct service to the San Francisco Ferry Terminal during peak morning and evening commute hours.

Real-time bus status, service alerts, and fare information can be found at, on our Twitter Page @SolTransRide, or Transit App. SolTrans accepts Clipper and Token Transit on all their services. For trip planning, schedules, and more visit


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Sonoma County Transit welcomes back riders!  Recent schedule updates have added new trips to several routes. For trip planning assistance, please call 800-345-7433 or visit:

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SMART provides 18 southbound and 18 northbound trips every weekday and six southbound and six northbound trips on Saturday and Sunday.

Fares: SMART reduced its fares in 2021 – weekday fares are now $1.50 for each zone traveled. Seniors, youth, low-income, and passengers with disabilities will receive a 50% discount rate of $0.75 for each zone travelled.

Please visit: for more details and special fare products.

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Owned and operated by the Transbay Joint Powers Authority, the Salesforce Transit Center, a four-story multi-modal hub located in downtown San Francisco, is open and providing connections to nine transit systems from eight Bay Area counties: AC Transit, SFMTA, Golden Gate Transit, WestCAT Lynx, SamTrans, Amtrak, BART, ParaTransit and Greyhound. Visit:

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Tri Delta Transit takes you to the people, places and things that you love in eastern Contra Costa County and connects you to transportation throughout the Bay Area!

Tri Delta Transit operates fixed route buses (diesel and electric battery), microtransit Tri MyRide ride-hailing shuttle service, paratransit ADA and senior (65+) transportation, Mobility on Demand (alternate paratransit transportation), and Medvan. To make sure you have a great rider experience, we have an informative website, passes and Clipper card for ease of transferring, Transit app for trip planning and real time arrival, Tri Delta Watch for safety, free Wi-Fi on-board, and more. 

We’re waiting for you! 

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Union City Transit is operating normally. Current schedules are in effect until Friday, September 8, 2023. New schedules will take effect on Saturday, September 9, 2023, with adjustments to connect to the new BART schedules taking effect on Monday, September 11, 2023. No service hour changes are planned, but bus schedules will be adjusted to connect with both BART Orange Line (Richmond-Berryessa) and Green Line (Day City-Berryessa) trains because of new frequencies. The Flea (Flexible, Local, Easy, Access) microtransit service will operate on-demand in an expanded service area and service hours during the weekdays starting Monday, September 11, 2023, with possible expansion to weekends starting in February 2024. Masks are not required, but are advised. Drivers no longer carry masks with them. To learn more about current service, please visit:; for real-time information, please visit:

Fare Discounts: Union City Transit is participating in the Clipper START, Clipper BayPass, and Alameda County Student Transit Pass Program (STPP) on Clipper for great transit discounts. Additional inter-operator discounts are available on Clipper only. Union City Transit encourages getting Clipper mobile on your phone and loading your digital card into your Apple or Android digital wallet platform.

Thank you for supporting public transit and riding Union City Transit, Paratransit, and Flea!

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VTA provides bus, light rail, and paratransit services and is Santa Clara County’s Congestion Management Agency responsible for countywide transportation planning, congestion management, design and construction of specific highway, pedestrian, and bicycle improvement projects, as well as promotion of transit-oriented development. VTA is continually evolving to meet local and regional transportation needs. Upcoming changes will offer more frequent and reliable service to passengers living, working, and traveling through the area.

Please visit for more information about current service levels.

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WestCAT is again operating full passenger capacity on all buses without social distancing restrictions and looks forward to welcoming back more passengers. While no longer a requirement, face masks are highly encouraged to be worn while riding and waiting for all WestCAT buses. The schedule currently being operated is dated May 22, 2023, and includes the return of Route JX between El Cerrito BART and Hercules, including a new stop at the Hercules Waterfront. The entire WestCAT schedule is available online at WestCAT's Text Alert system is also available. When something happens that affects your bus, we'll send you a text message to alert you to the issue so you know what's happening and can make good travel decisions. To sign up for text alerts, visit