Napa, Calif. — Due to a short-term reduction of available drivers, NVTA will continue to reduce these Vine Transit services:
- Route 10 Up Valley Connector Monday-Saturday has been reduced to Saturday Service. Route 10 Sunday service is on the normal Sunday schedule.
- Yountville Trolley’s Sunday service has been temporarily discontinued. Service remains the same for all other days of the week.
- 11X service has been temporarily discontinued. The 11 Napa-Vallejo Connector will run normally.
- Route 29 Napa-BART Express will not go to the El Cerrito Del Norte BART station at 6:00am or return to the Redwood Park and Ride at 7:20am. All other times on the 29 Napa-BART Express will run normally.
Vine Transit expects to resume normal services on Monday, February 21. NVTA had previously reduced Vine Transit services through February 5 but is extending the schedule change due to continued reduction of available drivers. Visit www.nvta.ca.gov or www.vinetransit.com for the most current service updates.
NVTA is committed to the safety of its passengers and drivers. As mandated by the Transportation Security Administration, face masks are required on Vine vehicles, at bus stops, and at all facilities. Vine buses are thoroughly sterilized each day and frequently touched areas, such as handrails, are cleaned several times daily.
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.