Solano and Napa County cities are served by several different fixed-route transit systems, providing local bus transportation and connecting the cities within Solano County. There are also express bus services with connections to other areas including Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. Solano County is also served by the San Francisco Bay Ferry from Vallejo to San Francisco and the Amtrak Capitol Corridor rail service from Suisun City to the Bay Area and Sacramento.
SolanoExpress routes are intercity bus services operated by Solano transit operators, who are working together to make it easier for you to travel in and around Solano County. Routes with a SolanoExpress designation connect you to cities within Solano County or provide fast, convenient transit service to neighboring counties, including BART, UC Davis and Sacramento.
Click here for more information on the SolanoExpress Routes.
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Here is a list of transit operators in Solano and Napa Counties (and neighboring areas). Visit their websites for more information. Note: The Benicia Breeze and Vallejo Transit have merged into Solano County Transit (SolTrans).
|FAST (Fairfield and Suisun Transit)|
|Rio Vista Delta Breeze|
|Vacaville City Coach|
Napa Valley transit services include: American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, Rutherford, St.Helena and Yountville.
|SolTrans (American Canyon)
|San Francisco Bay Ferry
|Capitol Corridor (Amtrak)|
|Contra Costa County Connection
|Golden Gate Transit
Bicycles can be carried on many of the transit services in Solano, Napa and the Bay Area, and bike lockers are available at certain park and ride lots. For Napa and Solano transit, click here. For the rest of the Bay Area, click here.
If you work in Napa or Solano county, you can rest assured as you carpool, vanpool, take transit, bike, or walk to work that your employer and SNCI will be there for you in an emergency. Enrollment in the SNCI Emergency Ride Home program provides employees with a free taxi ride or a 24-hour car rental in case of a bonafide emergency.
Did you know that you could save up to 40% on your commuting costs? Whether you use public transportation or vanpools, take advantage of the Commuter Tax Benefit by using pre-tax dollars for your commuting expenses; it can save you money every year. Tell me more...