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GrapeLine is designed to make getting around Lodi easier. The Lodi area is served by five regular weekday fixed routes, three weekday express routes, and four weekend routes that meet conveniently at Lodi Transit Station (24 South Sacramento Street). The service connects with San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) to Stockton, where passengers can make connections to other transit agencies in San Joaquin County; and it connects with South County Transit / Link service to Galt, where connections can be made to transit services in Elk Grove and Sacramento. Amtrak and Greyhound also provide services at Lodi Transit Station.
In addition to fixed route service, GrapeLine also offers general public Dial-A-Ride door-to-door service and VineLine ADA Paratransit service. To schedule a trip with Dial-A-Ride/VineLine, call in your reservation at least one day and up to fourteen days in advance.
Fares are $.60 for seniors (60 years+), people with disabilities, or Medicare card holders, and $1.25 for the general public. The 31-day pass is $22 for seniors, people with disabilities or Medicare card holders and $44 for the general public. Dial-A-Ride/VineLine single ride tickets are $7 for the general public, and $2 for seniors, people with disabilities or Medicare card holders. Please have exact change. Passes may be purchased at the Lodi Transit Station at 24 South Sacramento Street.
Seniors and people with disabilities must show proof of their eligibility to pay reduced fare when they board the bus. The City is part of Access San Joaquin, a Consolidated Transportation Services Agency (CTSA), and passengers may apply for an Access San Joaquin Discount Fare Card, which will allow them to pay reduced fare for all agencies in the County. Please visit http://access-sj.com/ for more information.