Napa Valley Transportation Authority to Provide Free Rides to BottleRock

Vine Transit is offering free rides and extending hours for local routes and express service to BART for BottleRock. Local shuttle services will also be free but shuttles will operate standard weekend hours.
 
This is the fourth year that the Napa Valley Transportation Authority has offered free rides on Vine Transit to all concert-goers, residents, and visitors in the area and extended its local service hours to accommodate late-night riders leaving the concert. Vine Transit is able to offer late-night rides again
this year because of generous contributions from BottleRock.
 
Extended services in the City/County of Napa include:
• Routes N, S, E, W, 10 & 11 will depart the Transit Center between the
hours of 8:00 PM and 11:15 PM on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
• Routes N, S, E, W will operate service on Sunday between the hours of
11:00AM and 6:30PM.
 
Regional service:
• Route 29 will operate from the El Cerrito Del Norte BART to the Transit
Center Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 AM and 12:00 PM.
• Route 29 will depart the Transit Center to the El Cerrito del Norte BART
between 9:00 PM and 11:00 PM on Friday and 9:00 PM to 10:15 PM on
Saturday and Sunday.
 
Buses will depart from the transit center once capacity is met and Burnell Street is reopened by the police department. If the last bus is full, Vine will send another bus so no one is left behind.
 
All routes lead to the Soscol Gateway Transit Center, across the street from the BottleRock venue.
 
Masks are required on all Vine vehicles, regardless of vaccination status.
 
For more information, visit https://vinetransit.com/bottlerock-service/.