Vine Transit launches services changes on June 16

Minor modifications to bus services across Napa Valley will begin on June 16, 2024. Please check the new Regional/Express Routes that cover Napa County, as well as the Local Routes in the City of Napa for an updated schedule. You can download PDFs of the new route schedules below.

Specifically, the changes affect:

·  Route F in the City of Napa, which will now travel counterclockwise on Imola/Soscol/Gasser Drive to serve the shelter in front of the movie theater

·  Route 10 will have minor changes to the schedule and will now serve the Yountville Veteran’s Home on all trips after 9 AM

·  Route 11 will have minor changes to the schedule and will stop inside the Health & Human Services campus parking lot in both directions.

·  The American Canyon & St. Helena School Trippers will not operate until August.

For questions or concerns, call the Vine Transit customer service line at 707-251-2800.

Helping you get to SFO

San Francisco Airport.

Vine Transit and the Napa Valley Transportation Authority are helping Napa County residents and visitors get to the San Francisco Airport by supporting a new private shuttle service. Wine Country Airporter recently began operations with pick up/drop off locations at the Napa Valley Marriot and Vine Transit’s bus stop at the American Canyon Post Office (on Crawford Way). 

NVTA/Vine Transit does not operate this service, but is helping to clear congestion on our highways by making it easier for travelers to access the airport without a car. Those traveling to and from SFO can take a Vine Transit bus to the Redwood Park and Ride across from the Marriot in Napa, or to the American Canyon Post Office bus stop, then hop on the Wine Country Airporter shuttle to SFO.

Vine Transit fares range from $0.80 to $5.50, depending on the rider and the route — find local bus schedules at Wine Country Airporter rates range from $29-$39 for children and $59 to $69 for adults (free for kids under 2). Find schedules and more at

Public Hearing on Vine Transit fare adjustment set for Feb. 21, 2024


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public hearing will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 1:30 p.m. at the JoAnn Busenbark Board Room at the Soscol Gateway Transit Center, 625 Burnell St., in Napa by the Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) during the NVTA Board of Director’s meeting to receive public testimony on the proposed fare increase for Vine Transit.

NVTA is a Joint Powers Authority comprised of the Cities, Town and County of Napa.  NVTA serves as the countywide transportation planning body for the unincorporated areas within Napa County and is responsible for programming State and Federal funds for transportation projects within the county.  NVTA is further charged with coordinating short- and long-term planning and funding and serves as the transit provider for the communities of Napa County.

The proposed fare adjustments covers Vine Transit and VineGo paratransit.

Current Cash FareNew Cash Fare
Adult (19-64)*$1.60$2.00
Youth (6-18)$1.10$1.25
Senior (65+), Disabled and Medicare$0.80$1.00
Route 21$3.00$3.50
Route 29$5.50$6.00
VineGo – Single Zone$3.20$4.00
VineGo – Multi Zone$6.40$8.00

The public is invited to participate telephonically or electronically via the methods below:

1) To join the meeting via Zoom video conference from your PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android: go to join and enter meeting ID 997 5007 2830

2) To join the Zoom meeting by phone: dial 1-669-900-6833, enter meeting ID: 997 5007 2830 If asked for the participant ID or code, press #.

3) Watch live on YouTube:

All interested persons are invited to attend the hearing and comment on the proposals. Any questions regarding this hearing or written comments regarding the proposed fare increase may be directed to Rebecca Schenck, Program Manager – Public Transit at [email protected] or 707-259-8636 or NVTA at 625 Burnell St. Napa, California. Written comments will be received until 1:30 p.m. the day of the hearing.


  1. Post in Napa Valley Register on January 20, 2024 (30 days notice)
  2. Post in Napa Valley Register on February 5, 2024 (15 days notice)



POR LA PRESENTE SE NOTIFICA, que se llevara a cabo una audencia publica el Miercoles 21 de Febrero de el 2024, a la 1:30pm en la sala de juntas JoAnn Busenbark en el Centro de Transito Soscol Gateway, 625 Burnell St en Napa por la Autoridad de Transporte del Valle de Napa (NVTA) durante la reunion de la Junta Directiva de NVTA para recibir testimonio publico sobre el aumento de tarifas propuesto para Vine transit.

NVTA es una autoridad de poderes conjuntos compuestos por las ciudades en el condado de Napa. NVTA sirve como el organismo de planificación de transporte en todo el condado para las areas no incorporadas dentro del condado de Napa y es responsible de programar fondos estatales y federales para proyectos de transporte dentro del condado.

NVTA Tambien se encarga de coordinar la planificación y el financiamiento a corto y largo plazo y sirve como proveedor de tránsito para las comunidades del condado de Napa.

El aumento de tarifas propuesto cubre Viner Transit y VineGo paratransit.

Tarifa en efectivo actualNueva tarifa en efectivo
Adultos (19-64) *$1.60$2.00
Jóvenes (6-18)$1.10$1.25
Personas mayores (65+), personas discapacitadas o titulares de tarjetas de Medicare$0.80$1.00
Ruta 21$3.00$3.50
Ruta 29$5.50$6.00
VineGo – Zona Unica$3.20$4.00
VineGo – Multi Zona$6.40$8.00

Se invita al público a participar telefónica o electrónicamente a través de los siguientes métodos

  • Para unirse a la reunión a través de videoconferencia de Zoom desde su PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone o Android: vaya a and enter meeting ID 997 5007 2830
  • Para unirse a la reunión a través de Zoom por teléfono: marque 1-669-900-6833, ingrese el ID de la reunión: 997 5007 2830 Si se le solicita la identificación o el código del participante, presione #.
  • Miralo en vivo en YouTube

Se invita a todas las personas interesadas a asistir a la audiencia y formular observaciones sobre las propuestas. Cualquier pregunta relacionada con esta audiencia puede dirigirse a Rebecca Schenck, Gerente de Programa de Transporte Público al 707-259-8636 o NVTA en 625 Burnell Street Napa, California.