The Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) has provided a wide variety of transit services to diverse communities throughout Napa County for the past eighteen years. Over this time period, the system has undergone incremental changes until December of 2012, when the system was completely reconfigured. Route alignment was changed but the way in which service was deployed did not. The service continued to be coverage-based and focused on providing service during traditional commute times and mid-day.
The alignment changes significantly boosted ridership for the Vine, but we live in a dynamic community and from time to time, service parameters need to be altered to keep pace with land use changes, demographic changes, and technological advancements. To address some of these changes, NVTA has been conducting a transit planning process called a comprehensive operations analysis (COA). A COA reevaluates a transit system, looking towards the future using projections on ridership demand, geographic and demographic changes, and advances in technology.
The research and planning portion of COA contains four major section:
1) Market Assessment
2) Technical Analysis
3) Needs Assessment
Using the above documents to better understand the current needs and demands of riders and residents of the Napa Valley NVTA staff has created a set of new routes and services. Below are links to maps and profiles of the proposed routes and services. Please ensure you review all routes before commenting on any specific one. All routing, schedules, and stop locations are subject to change based on feedback.
Please provide feedback directly on the maps for the fixed route service.
Fixed Route System Map
Route A: Browns Valley Map
Route B: Laurel South Napa Map
Route C: Jefferson and Trancas Map
Route D: East and North Napa Map
Route E: Crosstown Connector Map
Route F: Southwest Napa Map
Route G: North South Connector Map
Route H: Southeast Circulator Map