RTD provides intercity, interregional, and rural transit services throughout San Joaquin County.
Introduced in 2018, RTD added the VanGo! service to provide “on-demand” transportation for rural pick-ups, free transfers, ridesharing and more!
Commuter Bus Enhancements
RTD upgraded their commuter bus fleet by including branding, leather reclining seats, low floor boarding, free WiFi, and 110 volt and USB outlets on board. Buses also aid in reducing emissions with fuel-efficient hybrid engines.
Replacement of Hopper Fleet Buses
In 2018 RTD placed 22 brand new Hopper buses into service. The new buses featured lowered floors, more seating to allow for 23 passengers versus 12, improved accommodations for wheelchairs and those with vision impairments and made the bus larger.
Union Transfer Station
The all new Measure K funded Union Transfer Station allowed for better connectivity and convenience for more zero-emission electric buses.Electric route 49 connects with electric Route 44, the Airport Corridor at the Union Transfer Station.