SAN JOAQUIN COMMUTER

The RTD-BART Commuter connects every weekday from Stockton, Tracy, and Manteca to BART for only $7 each way. Skip the driving, the gas, and the parking! Whether you’re going to work, visiting friends, or catching a baseball game, the RTD-BART Commuter is the way to connect to the Bay Area.

Click here for RTD-BART Commuter trips and schedule information.

Save your money, nerves, & the environment by riding RTD’s San Joaquin Commuter.

Save Money. Save money on gas, parking, vehicle wear and tear, and maintenance costs. The average RTD Commuter rider saves thousands of dollars each year. Click below to see how much you can save!

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Reduce Stress. Avoid the hassle of driving long distances and heavy traffic. Instead, enjoy your travel time and read, sleep, socialize, or plan your day.

Help the Environment. By riding the Commuter, you help reduce fuel consumption and waste, improve air quality, and diminish traffic congestion.


Purchasing Passes. Reservations for monthly passes may be made in advance. Daily passes are $7 one way and may be purchased directly from the coach operator (exact change only). To purchase a monthly pass and for additional information, please call (888) 802-WORK (9675). Park-N-Ride. Park and Ride lots are free parking facilities for commuters to park their cars and connect with RTD’s San Joaquin Commuter. RTD’s Commuter buses depart for Sacramento and the Bay Area from several Park-n-Ride locations around San Joaquin County. Click HERE for more.

 

Service Description
Route 150 – RTD-BART Commuter: Stockton, Lathrop, Manteca, Tracy, to Livermore and BART
Route 152 – Stockton/Lathrop to Livermore
Route 163 – Sacramento via Highway 99
Route 165 – Sacramento via Interstate 5
Route 172 – Sunnyvale Route 172
Route 173 – Sunnyvale Route 173

This publication was prepared by San Joaquin RTD. BART routes and schedules are subject to change without notice. BART cannot assume any responsibility for any inaccuracies in this publication or changes to the route structure that affects the San Joaquin RTD services that are promoted in this publication.

 

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