Free Bus Rides to BottleRock

All rides on the Vine Bus throughout the Napa Valley and beyond will be free with extended hours during BottleRock weekend!

Vine Transit will offer free rides during BottleRock (Friday, May 27-Sunday, May 29, 2022). Additionally, the bus will run extended hours for late-night festivalgoers on local and regional routes. BottleRock goers will get on and off their bus at the Soscol Gateway Transit Center, located directly across the street from the festival.

This is the fifth year that the Napa Valley Transportation Authority has offered free rides on the Vine and extended service hours to accommodate late-night riders leaving the concert, courtesy of BottleRock.

To supplement the Vine’s normal service, there will be additional bus service within the City and County of Napa, and service to Vallejo:

  • Late-night hours: Local Routes N, S, E, W within the City of Napa and Regional Routes 10 (Up Valley) and 11 (Vallejo) will depart the Soscol Gateway Transit Center between 8:00pm and 11:15pm on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
  • Additional Sunday service: Local Routes N, S, E, and W will operate service on Sunday between 11:00am and 6:30pm.

Bus service to BART:

  • Late-night hours: Route 29 buses will leave the Soscol Gateway Transit Center to the El Cerrito del Norte BART between 9:00pm and 11:00pm on Friday and 9:00pm to 10:15pm on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Additional Saturday and Sunday service: Route 29 buses will leave the El Cerrito Del Norte BART to the Soscol Gateway Transit Center on Saturday and Sunday at 11:00am and 12:00pm.

Buses will depart from the Transit Center when each bus is full and Burnell Street, where the Transit Center is located, has been reopened by the police department. If the last bus is full, Vine will send another bus, so no one is left behind.

Masks are no longer required to ride the bus but are encouraged to keep the community safe and healthy.

On-demand services in the City of Napa and shuttle services in American Canyon, Yountville, St. Helena, and Calistoga will also be free, but shuttles will operate standard weekend hours.

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Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) serves as the Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for Napa County, responsible for programming state and federal funds for local projects. A Joint Powers Authority, NVTA is responsible for the county’s short- and long-term regional transportation planning, working closely with its local, regional, state and federal partners to improve Napa County’s streets, highways, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. NVTA also manages the Vine Transit bus system, providing local fixed-route service in Napa, door-to-door paratransit and community shuttles, and regional express bus service throughout the North Bay.