Access San Joaquin is a Consolidated Transportation Services Agency (CTSA), formed by multiple transit operators in San Joaquin County.
One of the primary goals of Access San Joaquin is to improve the quality of transportation services for low-mobility groups such as seniors and people with disabilities.
Easier access to mobility transit services throughout San Joaquin County with one simplified process. Enhanced mobility options for those unable to use traditional transit services. Centralized information for countywide transit services including: ACE, San Joaquin RTD, Lodi GrapeLine, Tracy Tracer, Manteca Transit, Escalon eTrans, and Ripon Blossom Express.
Programs & Services
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Assessment
In-person eligibility assessment for paratransit services.
Dedicated professionals teaching seniors and persons with
disabilities how to use public transit.
Discount Fare Cards
Discount program offering eligible seniors, persons with
disabilities, and Medicare card holders the use of certain
services for no more than one-half the regular base fare.
Access Pass (Formerly FREEdom Program)
Free fare program allowing ADA-certified passengers
to ride most fixed-route services free of charge.
Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP)
Reimbursement program for ADA-certified passengers
to request transportation from friends and family.
Program subsidizing trips to provide passengers in areas
of the county that have limited public transportation with
more convenient transportation options.
RTD Van Go! (Mobility on Demand)
RTD’s own rideshare service, which is provided in accessible
vehicles, strategically placed around the county and
operated by professionally-trained and tested operators.