Transportation Overview

This website serves as a one-stop information center of transportation programs and coordinated services offered in Solano County for seniors and people with disabilities. To help you fully use the programs and services available, we encourage you to contact the Solano Mobility Call Center at 800-535-6883 for personalized service.

In addition, the Solano County Mobility Guide provides information for Fixed-Route Transit, Paratransit Service and Reduced-Fare Taxi, as well as other transportation programs and coordinated services offered in Solano County for seniors and people with disabilities. 

Public Transit

Paratransit

Non-Profit Transportation

Private Transportation


Public Transit

Fixed-route transit offers a low cost transportation alternative for individuals who can walk to a bus or train stop, and board and exit a bus or train with or without a mobility device. All buses have lifts for wheelchairs.

Solano and Napa County cities are served by several different fixed-route transit systems, providing local bus transportation and connecting the cities within Solano County. There are also intercity express bus services with connections to other areas including Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. Solano County is also served by the San Francisco Bay Ferry from Vallejo to San Francisco and the Amtrak Capitol Corridor rail service from Suisun City to the Bay Area and Sacramento. 

Bicycles can be carried on many of the transit services in Solano, Napa and the Bay Area, and bike lockers are available at certain park and ride lots.

For a comprehensive list of public transit providers that may help you get around, go to the Find Your Ride tool and select "Public Transit Operators" from the "Search results for..." search filter.

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Paratransit

Paratransit is a shared ride, advance reservation, origin-to-destination transportation service for people with disabilities as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Paratransit service is available within your community as well as between the cities of Solano County.

Eligibility for origin-to-destination paratransit service is simple. To start the ADA certification process, individuals may contact the ADA paratransit eligibility center for Solano at (707) 541-7184 to schedule an in-person interview assessment. Once your assessment has been completed and eligibility is determined, you will receive an ADA Paratransit card and a Paratransit Riders Guide which explains paratransit service guidelines.

For more information on paratransit eligibility, please call the Solano Mobility Call Center at 800-535-6883.

If you are ADA certified, go to the Find Your Ride tool and check the "ADA eligibility required" checkbox to locate paratransit providers that may help you get around.

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Non-Profit Transportation

Non-profit transportation services are available which can provide transportation for seniors and people with disabilities at no or reduced cost.

To find non-profit providers that may help you get around, go to the Find Your Ride tool and select "Non-profit Providers" from the "Search results for..." search filter.

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Private Transportation

Private transportation providers are privately owned businesses, providing transportation services for a fee. These service providers are not publicly subsidized. The information provided via this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement of these private businesses.

To find private transporation companies that may help you get around, go to the Find Your Ride tool and select "Private Transportation Companies" from the "Search results for..." search filter.

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Find your Ride

Search transit providers to find the ride that meets your needs.

511 Trip Planner

Get specific transit trip planning information from 511.org.

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