Seniors and people with disabilities have many transportation options for travel throughout and outside Solano County. Learn more...through our website dedicated especially for this audience, www.solanomobility.org.
SNCI can help you create a personalized transit trip plan as well as provide general transportation information. Call (800) 535-6883, Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm
The Solano Seniors & People with Disabilities Transportation Guide lists information for Fixed-route Transit, Paratransit Service and Reduced-Fare Taxi, as well as other transportation programs and coordinated services offered in Solano County for seniors and people with disabilities.
Fixed-Route Transit is for individuals who can walk or roll to a bus stop, and board and exit a bus with or without a mobility device.
Fixed -route transit offers a low cost tranportation alternative. All buses have lifts for wheelchairs or others who have difficulty using steps. Many buses are low-floor or kneeling for easy access.
Special programs and promotions for seniors and people with disabilities are available such as discounted fares and passes. For more information within your community contact your local transit agency:
Paratransit is an origin-to-destination transportation service for people who have disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 who are unable to use fixed-route transit services.Eligibility for origin-to-destination paratransit service is simple. To start the ADA certification process, individuals may contact the ADA paratransit eligibility center for Solano at (707) 541-7184 to schedule an in-person interview assessment."
Once you have completed the in-person assessment and eligibility is determined, you will receive an ADA Paratransit card and a Paratransit Riders Guide which explains paratransit service guidelines. Paratransit service is available within all Solano County cities as well as between the cities of Solano County.
Please call us at 800-535-6883 if you would like more information. You may also get a list of ADA eligibility required transit services, by using the Find Your Ride tool and clicking on the "ADA eligibility required" checkbox.
Contact your local transit agency to obtain an application and information on fares and to request a trip. If you live in unincorporated areas of Solano County, please call 800-535-6883.
Local Transit Agencies:
If you are a senior or ADA qualified individual, able to enter and exit a taxi cab without assistance, a subsidized taxi program may be the right fit for you. This program provides the rider with a deeply discounted taxi ride and more flexibility, which may vary by jurisdiction.
Eligibility is determined through the completion of a short application. Please call the transit agency in your city for more information and locations to purchase reduced fare taxi tickets.
To Schedule your Taxi Ride call:
Non-profit transportation services are available which can provide transportation for seniors and disabled persons at no or reduced cost.
Area Agency on Aging Senior Escort Program - (707) 643-1798
Provides transportation for low-income Vallejo residents ages 60+. Donations are accepted
Fairfield Senior Volunteer Driver Program - (707) 428-7556
Provides transportation for ambulatory seniors by small van to senior centers, doctor/dentist appointments and pharmacies in specific areas in Fairfield. Reservations required.
Faith in Action/Ride with Pride - (707) 469-6668
Provides free rides, door-to-door for seniors to appointments and events throughout Solano County. First come, first served. Donations are accepted.
American Cancer Society - (707) 425-5006
Provides tranportation for ambulatory Solano county cancer patients. Call (800) 227-2345 a minimum of 72 hours in advance (required).
Private transportation providers are privately-owned businesses, providing tranportation services for a fee. These service providers are not publicly subsidized. The information below is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement of these private businesses.
SolanoExpress is the county's intercity bus service that connects Solano County to Contra Costa, Sacramento, San Francisco and Yolo counties.
Napa VINE connects Vallejo to the Napa Valley.
YoloBus connects Vacaville, Winters and Davis.
Capitol Corridor train service stops in Suisun City seven days a week. Trains operate between Sacramento, Oakland and San Jose with multiple stops. Trains and stations are ADA accessible.
BART serves Contra Costa, Alameda, San Francisco and San Mateo counties. Several SolanoExpress buses connect Solano to BART stations - from Fairfield and Vallejo to El Cerrito del Norte station; from Vacaville/Fairfield/Benicia to Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek stations.