Free Vine Bus Rides on Earth Day

Napa Valley residents and visitors can enjoy free rides anywhere in the Vine service area on Sunday, April 24

Napa, Calif. – In celebration of Earth Day, the Napa Valley Transportation Authority will offer free Vine bus fares throughout its service area on Sunday, April 24.

“We hope that offering free fares will encourage people to get out of their cars and ride public transit on this very special day,” said NVTA Executive Director Kate Miller. “NVTA has a strong commitment to reduce vehicle emissions, and riding transit is a great way for people to be part of the solution.”

Vine routes 10 and 11 operate on Sunday. Route 10, the “Up Valley Connector,” begins at Soscol/Kansas Avenues in the City of Napa and ends in Calistoga, with stops in between. Route 11, the “Napa-Vallejo Connector,” begins at Redwood Park and Ride and ends at the Vallejo Ferry Terminal, with stops in between.

For routes and schedules, go to or download the Transit App on your mobile device.


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.

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