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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.




Transit Public Meeting - Wednesday May 4th, 2016

Public Meeting to discuss safety around Lodi Transit Station and bus stops

Representatives of City of Lodi Police Dept. and Public Works Dept. will be present.

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Location: Lodi Transit Station (24 S. Sacramento Street)


Summer Youth Bus Passes!

Only $10 for 2 months of UNLIMITED rides in Lodi!

Effective June 4 thru July 31, 2016

For Students ages 5-17

On sale beginning May 23rd at Lodi Transit Station & Lodi Finance Dept.

Don't be stuck at home... get your pass today!


Farmers Market Thursdays - Free Rides All Day & Extended Hours! May 19th thru September 1st

All 5 GrapeLine routes will operate extended hours for Farmers Market

Last run for all routes will leave at 8:30pm from Lodi Transit Station.

Dial-A-Ride and VineLine services will operate until 9:19pm on Thursdays.

Free rides sponsored by CalSTA /CalTrans Low Carbon Transit Operations Program

Click here for Farmers Market Schedule


Dump the Pump - Thursday June 16, 2016

Free GrapeLine Fixed Route rides all day on Thursday, June 16th!

Enter to win a General Public 10-Ride bus pass at:

Lodi Transit Station, City Hall, Finance Department, Library and Parks & Recreation Office


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








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