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Free, late-night rides to BottleRock / La Onda 2024

All rides on the Vine bus during BottleRock Napa Valley (May 24-26) and the new La Onda music festival June 1 and 2 will be free whether you’re going to the concerts or just getting around town. Both festivals take place at the Napa Valley Expo, just a 4-minute walk to the Soscol Gateway Transit Center (625 Burnell Street).

During both festival weekends, Vine buses will be staying up late with extended (free) services across the Valley. That includes late-night routes that connect to the El Cerrito Del Norte BART Station, making it easy to get to the shows across the Bay Area. Routes also connect to the Vallejo Ferry Terminal.

Highlights of BottleRock weekend schedule

Local City of Napa Routes (A-G)

  • Friday: Normal weekday schedule with added late-night service immediately following festival
  • Saturday: Normal Saturday schedule with added late-night service immediately following festival
  • Sunday: Added Sunday service
    • All service beginning between the hours of 10:00am and 11:00am
    • All service ending between 4:00pm and 6:24pm
    • Added late night service immediately following festival

Route 10/11

  • Friday: Normal weekday schedule with added late-night service from the Soscol Gateway Transit Center immediately following festival
  • Saturday: Normal Saturday schedule with added late-night service from Soscol Gateway Transit Center immediately following festival
  • Sunday: Normal Sunday schedule with added late-night service from Soscol Gateway Transit Center immediately following festival

Route 29

  • Friday: Beginning with 10:15am NB trip from El Cerrito del Norte (until final NB trip at 6:45pm) – will stop at Soscol Gateway Transit Center
  • Saturday/Sunday: Added 2 NB trips from El Cerrito del Norte to Napa on Saturday and Sunday mornings
  • Added late night service from the Soscol Gateway Transit Center immediately following festival Fri-Sun
  • These additional services are possible via a partnership between Vine Transit, BottleRock Napa Valley, and the Napa Valley Vintners. It is the seventh year free rides are available to all concert-goers, residents, and visitors in the area, with extended hours to accommodate late-night riders leaving the festivals.

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 VineTransit.com. 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 winecountryairporter.com

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

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING:

En español abajo

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 https://zoom.us/ 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: youtube.com/channel/UCrpjLcW9uRmA0EE6w-eKZyw?app=desktop

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.

REQUESTED ACTIONS:

  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)

AVISO DE AUDENCIA PUBLICA

PROPUESTA DE AUMENTO DE TARIFAS PARA EL TRANSITO DE VINE

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 https://zoom.us/join 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 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrpjLcW9uRmA0EE6w-eKZyw?app=desktop

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.

New Schedule and Service Starting August 13, 2023

Beginning August 13, 2023, Vine Transit has introduced new services, including Route E (with service to Salvador, Vintage H.S., and the Soscol Gateway Transit Center) and Route G (with service to Coombs Street, Imola Avenue, and the Soscol Gateway Transit Center).

To see the new local routes in the City of Napa, click here.

To see the new regional routes throughout Napa Valley and beyond, click here.

Map of new Vine Transit routes

To read the full news release, click here.

New Schedules Go Into Effect Starting Sunday June 18, 2023

Beginning on Sunday June 18, Vine Transit is making the following service changes:

  • Route E in the City of Napa will increase to operating 10 trips per day.
  • Route S in the City of Napa will operate in both directions on Gasser Drive, better connecting riders to Clinic Ole South Campus & the South Century Shopping Plaza.
  • Route 10 will have shortened runtimes on weekends.
  • Route 11 will have minor edits to its daily timetable.
  • Route 11X will have minor edits to its timetable to align with the Vallejo Ferry Schedule changes occurring on June 26, 2023.
  • Route 21 will have decreased runtimes on eastbound morning trips.
  • The American Canyon & St. Helena School Trippers will not operate until August 14.

To view the new City of Napa Local Schedule, CLICK HERE

To view the new Regional Schedule, CLICK HERE

Got questions? Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]

BottleRock Buses

Buses leaving the Transit Center will not be allowed out of the Transit Center until 10pm. Please be patient and the Vine will get you home safely

New Schedules Go Into Effect Starting October 30, 2022

Beginning on Sunday October 30, Vine Transit is making the following service changes:

  • The Route 29 bus will no longer stop in downtown Napa. Route 29 will stop at the Imola Park and Ride instead of the Soscol Gateway Transit Center to get riders to their destination more quickly. See the map below for reference
  • The Route 11X bus will no longer stop in downtown Napa or at Napa Valley College. Route 11X will stop at the Imola Park and Ride instead of the Soscol Gateway Transit Center to get riders to their destination more quickly. See the map below for reference
  • The first Route S trip that originally departed the Soscol Gateway Transit Center at 5:15AM on weekdays is being eliminated. The first Route S weekday trip will now depart at 6:00AM
  • Route W Loops 1 and 2 will have an updated Saturday schedule

The new Route 29 and 11X maps can be viewed below. The new regional schedule can be viewed HERE and the new local schedule can be viewed HERE.

The 2022 Commute Challenge is ON!

The 2022 Commute Challenge starts on Monday! Log your trips and earn rewards! 💰💰💰

Use alternative commutes like the Vine bus, shuttle, carpooling, biking, walking, or teleworking between April 11 – July 11. Log your trips, get points, and redeem those points for gift cards — it’s as simple as that! You get 20 points just for signing up!

Register at http://vcommute.org/commute-challenge. Happy travels! 🚗🚌🚄🚲👟