Napa County is a rural county, and like most places in California, most Napans get around by using cars. But alternatives to the personal motor vehicle are available.
For travel within the Napa County, transit services are coordinated by the Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA), and the primary transit offering is The Vine, the fixed route bus service.
Bicyclists will find that bike lanes are increasing as space is created and defined on major routes around Napa County. The Commuter Bike Path (Vine Tail) provides an off-street route that runs parallel to the tracks of the Napa Valley Railroad and provides a quick and safe north-south connection. In the future, the Napa River Trail created by the Napa River Flood Project will offer six miles of continuous bicycle and pedestrian path from Kennedy Park to Trancas Street.