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Vallejo Transit or VT is a public transportation service in Solano County, Californiamarker.


VT provides local, express, and school bus service to the Solano County cities of Vallejomarker and Fairfieldmarker. It also provides express bus service to Contra Costa Countymarker, allowing connection to the regional Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) rail system. Service operates to the El Cerrito del Norte stationmarker in El Cerritomarker. Vallejo Transit provides a bus service for physically disabled customers, offering pick-up-from-home busing called the Vallejo Runabout. Its inter-city express buses and ferries are branded as Baylink while local buses are marketed as Vallejo Transit.

It provides ferry service south across San Pablo Baymarker and San Francisco Baymarker to San Franciscomarker's Ferry Buildingmarker. All VT ferry services operate from the Vallejo Ferry Terminalmarker in downtown Vallejo. In October 2007, State of California legislation (SB 976) initiated a State acquisition of Baylink service, which would be overseen by the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority.


Local buses consist of Gillig Phantoms and Orion V High Floors, painted white with a wavy blue gradient which blends into the logo on the front end of the bus. Supplemental school routes use TMC 102-A3s. Baylink buses are MCI D-4500 buses, painted white with a wave shaped stripe separating a graphic of the San Franciscomarker skyline on rear and the Baylink logo on the front, or wrapped in advertising. All buses on both Vallejo Transit and Baylink are wheelchair accessible.


Baylink Ferry
of October 6, 2008, eleven routes run along the system. The first seven are branded as Vallejo Transit and run entirely in the city of Vallejo. Three of them are east-west routes which loop in opposite directions of each other. For example; Route 5 loops along the central and eastern parts of town in a clockwise direction. Four of the routes are north-south intercity routes branded as Baylink. Route 78 travels south from Vallejo, stopping through Beniciamarker, to both Pleasant Hillmarker and Walnut Creekmarker BART stations, then returns north, bypassing Pleasant Hill BART, into Benicia then Vallejo. Route 80 travels south from Vallejo into Contra Costa County, arriving at El Cerrito Del Nortemarker, then returns to Vallejo. Route 85 travels north along Interstate 80 from Vallejo into Fairfield, first to Solano Community Collegemarker's main campus then Solano Mall before reversing its path. Route 200 travels between Vallejo and San Francisco. As of September 2003, Vallejo Transit also provides seven supplemental routes for students of the city's public schools.

  • Route 1: South Vallejo - Rancho Vallejo
  • Route 2: Northeast Vallejo - Downtown
  • Route 3: Glen Cove - Georgia Street
  • Route 4: Tuolumne Street - Downtown
  • Routes 5 & 7: Redwood Parkway - Gateway Plaza - Springs Road
  • Routes 6: Tennessee St - Beverly Hills
  • Route 78: Vallejo - Benicia - Pleasant Hill BART - Walnut Creek BART
  • Route 80: Vallejo - El Cerrito Del Norte BART
  • Route 85: Vallejo - Fairfield - Solano College


  1. " Q&A: Emergency Needs Prompt Ferry Changes," San Francisco Bay Crossings October 2007.
  2. Motor Bus Society, Convention Report, Spring 2005; April 18, 2005

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