The VINE is the region's fixed-route bus system for the County of Napa. The transit service provides safe, affordable and accessible transportation for all residents and visitors into Napa County and the Napa Valley. In 2012, NCTPA redesigned the VINE system to specifically make public transit more responsive and accessible to Napa residents. The new system features more frequent service and more neighborhood routes designed to meet the needs of the average rider.
The VINE has 8 local routes (in the City of Napa), 5 regional routes with 3 inter-county service routes. The VINE offers both local and regional routes throughout the County with transfers to community shuttles in American Canyon and Up Valley (northern Napa County) as well as transit agencies in Solano County and connections to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and San Francisco Ferry in Vallejo.
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Within the City of Napa, there are eight local routes- 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 that operate on weekdays and Saturdays. These routes do not operate on Sundays.
VINE Local routes are in sync with bell times of Napa High Schools to make sure that students can make it to school on time.
Most VINE local routes connect to Soscol Gateway Transit Center in Downtown Napa where you can easily transfer to your next bus.
The VINE local buses can take you to downtown Napa, recreation areas such as the Napa County Fairgrouds, Shopping areas such as Bel Aire Plaza, Napa Premium Outlets, and South Napa Marketplace.
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The VINE regional buses travel throughout the county. The VINE’s Route 10 and 11 provide county-wide bus service up and down Hwy 29 in Napa Valley. The regional Route 25 goes to downtown Sonoma. The route 21connects Napa to Fairfield and the Suisun train depot. Regional Route 29 Express connects the valley to the Vallejo Ferry and El Cerrito Del Norte BART station in the east bay. CLICK HERE to see the schedules or call 707-251-2800.
REGIONAL ROUTES 10 AND 11
There are two inter-county services to and from Napa County, wherein both serve the Soscol Gateway Transit Center. Route 10 and 11 provides daily service. The Route 10 goes north as far as Calistoga to Napa Valley College. The Route 11 goes from North of the City of Napa to the Vallejo Ferrry Terminal. For maps and schedules CLICK HERE.
Routes 10 and 11 Service Hours:
Monday through Friday: 5:20 a.m. until 9:10 p.m
Saturday: 6:00 a.m. until 8:10 p.m
Sundays: 8:30 a.m. until 7:00 pm
Routes 10 and 11 are the only routes running on Sunday. For fare rates CLICK HERE.
ROUTE 21, 25, and EXPRESS ROUTE 29
There are three inter-county services to and from Napa County, wherein all serve the Soscol Gateway Transit Center. Routes 21, 25 and VINE 29 Express provides weekday-only services.
Route 21 goes from Napa Transit Center to Suisun City Train Depot. The Route 25 goes as far as Sonoma Plaza in the City of Sonoma (with limited stops in a quick half an hour ride!). The Route 29 Express has limited stops as north as Calistoga to the Vallejo Ferry Terminal and El Cerrito de Norte Bart Station. These three regional buses run on weekdays only. For maps and Schedules, CLICK HERE.
Major Transfer Hubs operated by VINE Transit
VINE Transit operates two transfer hubs within the County of Napa- The Soscol Gateway Transit Center at 625 Burnell St. in downtown Napa and the Trancas Park and Ride Lot located on the corner of Redwood Rd. and Trancas St. just off Highway 29. The Trancas Park and Ride was opened in November 2010 and provides free parking and bus transfer on VINE Transit. In late 2012, NCTPA will inaugurate a new transit center in downtown Napa - the Soscol Gateway Transit Center and close the Pearl Street center. NCTPA and VINE Transit also has plans to purchase and improve the existing Park & Ride lot in Yountville. The purchase and improvements to the Yountville Park & Ride Lot is expected to be completed by December 2014.