Bus Services


Six bus service providers operate in San Joaquin County: 
 Bus System  Service Area  2014 Ridership
 San Joaquin RTD Stockton, Lathrop, Intercity  3,739,325
 eTrans Escalon  1,614
 Grapeline Lodi  212,514
 Manteca Transit Manteca  59,447
 Blossom Express Ripon  1,308
 Tracer Tracy  124,159

With 33 Stockton service lines, seven weekend services, and nine interregional commuter lines, RTD is the largest operator in the county.

SJRTD Electric Bus

Regional Importance

Bus interconnectivity promotes a healthy population and economy, which depends on residents’ ability to travel to shops, schools, businesses, and entertainment venues. Not all residents can drive, so the bus system is important for affording opportunities for people to run errands, socialize, and reach farther destinations. For example, RTD runs lines such as Intercity Route #23, that enable riders to travel to other cities.

Transit riders can plan their trips and budgets since bus tickets have consistent prices, unlike vehicle repairs and fuel costs. The San Joaquin bus systems' riders also help reduce congestion and pollution on our county's roadways. 

Each of the county’s bus systems differ in ticket price, service range, and operation times. 
Want to find out more about using San Joaquin County's bus systems? Explore the links below. 


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Helpful Links


Escalon


eTrans

Lodi


Grape Line Home Page
Bus Schedule

Manteca


Manteca Transit
Bus Schedule

Ripon


Blossom Express
Bus Schedule

Stockton


Regional Transit District
Bus Schedule


Tracy


TRACER
Bus Schedule

Greyhound
Stockton Bus Station
Tracy Bus Station