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HOPPER ROUTES

 
METRO HOPPER ROUTES

Metro Hopper Route 1

Route 1
Northwest Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 2
Route 2
Northwest Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 3
Route 3
North Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 4
Route 4
Central Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 5
Route 5
Central Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 6
Route 6
Northeast Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 7
Route 7
South Stockton
 
Metro Hopper Route 6
Route 8
Northeast Stockton
 
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Metro Hopper
System Map

RTD's Metro Hopper

Wherever you're going, we go there too.
The Metro Hopper is a deviated fixed route bus service serving popular destinations throughout the Stockton city limits. The Metro Hopper has eight routes, and operates Monday-Friday, 7:45A to 6:30P, and buses run approximately every hours. Each bus can deviate from its normal route a distance of up to 1 mile in order to accomodate ADA certified passengers.Within these one-mile deviation windows, the service covers approximately 75% of the Stockton Metro Area for ADA-certified customers.

Metro Hopper Procedures & Reservations.

For more information call 209.943.1111.
For reservations & deviations call 209.955.8400.

Or visit the Downtown Transit Center (DTC)
421 East Weber Avenue, Stockton, CA 95202.

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COUNTY HOPPER ROUTES


Route 90
Tracy - Stockton
 
 
Route 91
Stockton - Manteca - Ripon
 
 
Route 93
Stockton - Lodi
 
 
Route 97
Tracy - Lathrop - Stockton
 

RTD's County Hopper

The RTD County Hopper is a deviated fixed route bus service connecting Stockton, Tracy, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop. The Hopper replaces RTD Countywide General Public Dial-A-Ride (DAR), Rural Elderly & Disabled DAR, and County Area Transit (CAT) Fixed Route services during Hopper service hours, in the areas covered by the Hopper service.

Most* RTD County Hopper routes will deviate up to 3/4 of a mile for ADA-certified Elderly & Disabled passengers not able to reach the fixed route stops (for certification information, please call 209-982-4514, option 3). Reservations are required 1-2 days in advance for all Hopper deviations. Hoppers will deviate up to three times per trip, not to exceed two deviations per person.


* Hoppers do not deviate in Lodi and Tracy; instead, use Grapeline or Tracer services.

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