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There is no higher priority to our community than the safety of the riding public. NVTA is working closely with county and local officials to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Currently, there are no confirmed cases in Napa County and the health risk from COVID-19 to the general riding public remains low. However, as public health recommendations shift to include mitigation of transmission, we are proactively taking steps to allow for the continuation of public transit services throughout the County.
Effective 12:01 am, March 17, 2020 to April 5, 2020, Vine Transit will institute reduced services on its fixed route system and community shuttles. Service changes are as follows:
Vine TransitRoute A - H, 10 and 11 Weekday service will run on a Saturday service scheduleRoute 10X, 11X, 21 and 29 Normal serviceRoute 10 will not stop at the Veterans HomeNapa Valley College will not be served unless requested by passenger
Community Shuttle Services
American Canyon TransitNormal hours Monday-Friday 8:30am to 5:30pmNo fixed route service
Calistoga Shuttle: (ending service early on Fridays and Saturdays)Monday-Friday 7am to 9pmSaturday 9:15am to 9pm
St Helena Shuttle: (ending service early on Friday and Saturday and no Sunday Service)Monday-Friday 9am to 9pmSaturday 9:15am to 9pmNo fixed route service
Yountville Trolley (ending service early Monday to Saturday)Monday-Saturday 10am to 9pmSunday 10am to 7pmNo Veterans Home Service
We are assessing the situation daily and further changes may be warranted. Rest assured, we are monitoring this developing situation closely, staying in regular contact with local officials, federal agencies, health organizations, and other experts. Please visit www.nvta.ca.gov and www.vinetransit.com for updates as this situation evolves.
Media Contact: Rebecca Schenck[email protected]707-259-8636
Napa Valley Transportation Authority (NVTA) serves as the Congestion Management Agency (CMA) for Napa County, responsible for programming state and federal funds for local projects. A Joint Powers Authority, NVTA is responsible for the county’s short- and long-term regional transportation planning, working closely with its local, regional, state and federal partners to improve Napa County’s streets, highways, and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. NVTA also manages the Vine Transit bus system, providing local fixed-route service in Napa, door-to-door paratransit and community shuttles, and regional express bus service throughout the North Bay.