Transit

Welcome to the City of Lodi’s Transit Division webpage! This page provides information about the public transportation options currently being offered by the City of Lodi. 

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COVID-19 VACCINATION: FREE RIDES

The Lodi GrapeLine is providing free fixed route trips to all passengers using the bus to get to or from vaccination sites in Lodi. Passengers who are ADA eligible may schedule a Dial-A-Ride trip and ride for free. Simply show a proof of appointment or vaccination card, or inform the driver or dispatcher of your vaccination site, in order to ride at no cost. Rides are not guaranteed due to COVID-19 social distancing protocols, which limit the amount of passengers on a bus at one time. As a reminder, masks are required on all GrapeLine buses at all times.

More information on vaccination sites & events can be found at SJReady.org or MyTurn.CA.gov.

NEW: EZHub MOBILE TICKETING

Riders on services provided by Lodi GrapeLine, San Joaquin RTD, Manteca Transit, Tracy Tracer, Escalon eTrans, Altamont Corridor Express (ACE Rail), and City of Ripon can use EZHub to purchase tickets via the Vamos Mobility app. Purchase tickets the EZ way, anytime, anywhere using the NEW contactless, safe, and convenient app. Download the Vamos Mobility app from the Apple App Store or Google Play now.

COVID-19 Updates (!)


UPDATED 4/19/2021 6:30am: Effective Monday, April 19, 2021, temporary service hours will be extended. The Lodi GrapeLine Fixed Route and VineLine/Dial-A-Ride will operate from 6:30 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday to Friday. Service on Saturday will remain the same; operating 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM only. Service on Sundays and Express Routes remain suspended. The main Transit Lobby is currently closed to the public.

UPDATED 6/18/2020 3:24pm: In accordance with the State of California’s mask order, the Lodi GrapeLine now requires face coverings to be worn by all passengers and drivers while waiting at the Transit Station and while on the bus. Click here to see the California Department of Public Health’s official guidance for use of face coverings.

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