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Tracer Bus Services

*In accordance with the State of California's mask order, City of Tracy TRACER transportation now requires face coverings to be worn by all passengers and drivers while waiting at the Transit Station and while on the bus.*

EFFECTIVE MARCH 23, 2020, ROUTES E, F and G WILL BE TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED. For more information please call (209) 831- 4BUS (4287)

With TRACER Fixed Route and Paratransit Service, the buses run all day - from morning to early evening. Fixed route bus service means there's no need to make transportation plans ahead of time. Frequent bus service around Tracy makes it easy for you to get where you want to go. Most bus stops are located within a brief walk of your home, office or school in Tracy. For more information on Tracer Bus Service click here.


SJRTD (San Joaquin Regional Transit)

Phone: (800) 469-8674

San Joaquin Regional Transit offers bus service connecting Stockton, Lodi, Tracy, Manteca, Ripon and Lathrop. For information about San Joaquin Regional Transit visit the SJRTD website. Route and schedule information can be picked up at the Tracy Transit Station.

Public Transportation Info

Commuting Information



Dibs does more than just give you directions. They offer transportation options, incentives, tips and even emergency rides home. They also bring carpool and vanpool participants together. You want easy options designed to fit your needs. It’s about SmartTravel…..your way!Smart Travel means going to work, school or play with other people in carpools or vanpools, or by other smart ways such as transit, walking or biking to decrease traffic and pollution. 

Contact: (800) 52-SHARE.


Altamont Commuter Express (ACE)

The Altamont Corridor Express (ACE) provides easy access to Silicon Valley and the Livermore/Almaden Valley with four round-trip trains daily between Stockton and San Jose. Four trains depart from Stockton in the morning and four from San Jose return in the evening. The ACE stops in Lathrop/Manteca, Tracy, Livermore, Pleasanton, Fremont, and Santa Clara and terminates at the San Jose Diridon Station, where a connection can be made to Caltrain, Amtrak, and Santa Clara Transit. The Tracy ACE station is located at Tracy Boulevard and Linne Road.

For information on fares, schedules, and locations of stations, visit the ACE website.

The City of Tracy ensures transit services are distributed in an equitable manner. The City of Tracy ensures that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participating in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination while using the Tracer Bus System.

Tri-Valley - San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority (ACE to BART Project)

This important project will connect Northern San Joaquin County communities to the Tri-Valley and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) through frequent and fast EMU/DMU rail service via the route of the historic Transcontinental Railroad right-of-way though the Altamont Pass. This approximately 12-mile, abandoned right-of-way, deeded to Alameda County by Southern Pacific in 1984, provides an unprecedented opportunity to deliver a fast and efficient inter-regional rail service - connecting the Northern California Megaregion workforce to affordable housing and providing much-needed congestion relief in one of the Bay Areas most congested corridors. Click here to learn more.

Visitors to the City of Tracy

TRACER provides ADA Paratransit Service to visitors with disabilities who do not live in the City of Tracy service area.  To ride with TRACER Paratransit, visitors should present documentation that they are ADA eligible for Paratransit Service in the jurisdiction in which they reside.  If a visitor does not have such documentation, TRACER will require documentation of residency and disability.  Documentation of eligibility for Paratransit Service for out-of-town visitors should be received by TRACER at least seven (7) days before the first desired day of travel.  Visitors will be provided service for any combination of twenty-one (21) days during any 365-day period starting with the visitor's first use of the service during that period.  Once registered, clients will call TRACER book trips.  Customers who wish to receive service beyond this twenty-one (21) day period must apply for eligibility with TRACER.

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