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Solano County Transit (SolTrans) is a Joint Powers Authority that provides public transportation to the southern Solano County cities of Vallejo and Benicia.

The SolTrans joint powers agreement was approved in the Fall of 2010 by the City of Benicia, the City of Vallejo, and the Solano Transportation Authority to build a unified public transit system in southern Solano County.  On Friday, July 1, 2011, SolTrans officially took over the public transit programs from the cities of Vallejo and Benicia.

The decision to move towards consolidation of these two transit operators could not have taken shape without the leadership of both communities being willing to come together and make tough, and at the time unpopular decisions, but with the best interests of their cities and constituents in mind.

SolTrans provides local and express bus service to the Solano County cities of Vallejo, Benicia and Fairfield, with express bus service connecting to the Contra Costa County communities of El Cerrito, Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek, regional connections to BART.

In addition to fixed route service, SolTrans provides ADA complementary paratransit bus service, general public dial-a-ride service within Benicia, and administers Local and Intercity Taxi Scrip Programs.  Solano County’s Intercity Taxi Scrip Program is an innovative, award winning program that provides direct service between cities in Solano County for ambulatory ADA Paratransit qualified individuals.


Joint Powers Agreement (December 2010)

The Solano County Transit (SolTrans) joint powers agreement was approved by the member agencies, City of Benicia, City of Vallejo, and the Solano Transportation Authority, in the Fall of 2010 to consolidate Benicia and Vallejo transit services.  The SolTrans Board of Directors is made up of the Mayor and a Council member from Benicia, Vallejo and the Solano MTC Commission representative. The Solano Transportation Authority is an ex-officio member of the SolTrans Board. The first SolTrans Board meeting was held in December 2010. Refer to meeting agendas for the time and location of meetings:  soltrans.org/more/resources/meetings/

Basic Financial Statements With Independent Auditor’s Report

SolTrans FY 17-18 Audited Financial Statements

SolTrans FY 16-17 Audited Financial Statements

SolTrans FY 15-16 Audited Financial Statements

SolTrans FY 14-15 Audited Financial Statements

Fiscal Year 2018-19 SolTrans Performance Goals and Measures

FY 18-19 SolTrans Performance Goals & Measures

Short Range Transit Plan – August 2013

Short Range Transit Plan (4.5 MB PDF)

SolTrans Curtola Park & Ride Hub at Curtola Pkwy & Lemon Street – October 2008

Site Analysis and Conceptual Design Report

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