Welcome to the City of Lodi's Transit
Division website. This site provides information about Lodi's Transit
services in and around Lodi. Whatever you need to know about
transportation in Lodi, it's all right here.
Fixed Route Service will be provided for free on the following dates:
Holiday Shopping - Saturday Nov. 28, 2015 & Saturday Dec. 19, 2015
This service is sponsored by Caltrans Low Carbon Transit Operations Program
Stuff the Bus!
Help Lodi GrapeLine and its partners San Joaquin RTD, MV Transportation, Manteca Transit, Escalon Transit, Boy Scouts Greater Yosemite Council, and Salvation Army "Stuff the Bus" with non-perishable food donations to benefit those in need this holiday season at:
Food-4-Less at 2430 W. Kettleman Lane
Friday Nov. 20 - 10am to 6pm
Saturday Nov. 21- 10am to 4pm
Sunday Nov. 22 - 10am to 4pm
Live broadcasts by KWIN DJs on Friday, Nov. 20th only!
Early Service Closure for Parade of Lights - Thursday December 3, 2015
GrapeLine Fixed Route and Dial-A-Ride/VineLine Services will end early at 5:30pm for the Parade of Lights
GrapeLine Holiday Light Tours
Join us for our annual holiday light tours! Marvel at the wonder of the season as we tour neighborhoods and enjoy the lights, decorations and creativity of our residents. Tours depart from and return to Lodi Station at 24 S. Sacramento Street.
Tour departures are at 7:00pm on the following days:
Tues. 12/15, Wed. 12/16, Thurs. 12/17 and Fri. 12/18
No reservations or tickets are needed. First come, First served. No cutting or saving places in line, please.
Regular Fixed Route fares apply:
$1.25 - General Fare
$0.60 - Sr./Disabled/Medicare; GrapeLine passes will be accepted.
Please use exact change when paying your fare.
*No food or drink on the buses, except bottled water.
For more information about the Holiday Light Tours, please contact Julia Tyack at (209) 333-6706.
Unmet Transit Needs
As the administrator of Transportation Development Act (TDA) funds for the region, San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) is charged with performing the Unmet Transit Needs (UTN) process, and City of Lodi GrapeLine participates in this process.
The purpose of the UTN process is to ensure that all unmet transit needs that are "reasonable to meet" are met before funds are expended for non-transit uses, such as streets and roads projects.
For information about the UTN process or to complete a survey, please go to the following website:
City of Lodi Transit Advertising Policy
Select here to download the document