Lodi’s GrapeLine uses Measure K funding to help provide public transit services in its boundaries and some adjacent areas in northern San Joaquin County. The fixed route transit service includes five weekday regular routes, three weekday express routes, and four weekend regular routes in city limits. The public demand response and Americans with Disabilities Act paratransit service also operates in city limits and in various unincorporated areas in Woodbridge and Acampo. The total transit service area is approximately 19 square miles. The total annual passenger ridership for the fixed route, demand response, and ADA paratransit services for Fiscal Year 2021-22 was approximately 159,529.
Escalon eTrans provides door-to-door dial-a-ride service within the city and to Modesto via eTrans Route 35 and provides a connection to Riverbank, in part through Measure K funding. eTrans partners with San Joaquin County transit agencies to provide services throughout the county. Escalon eTrans ridership for Fiscal Year 2021-22 was 976.
Ripon Blossom Express
Ripon’s Blossom Express connects riders throughout Ripon and Modesto and provides local connections to regional transit service providers San Joaquin RTD and Modesto Area Express (MAX). Measure K funding is used to help provide these services. Passenger ridership in Fiscal Year 2021-22 totaled671.