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Napa-Sonoma Commuter Bus Starts July 9

For $1.50 each way, passengers can connect between two cities that have long lacked a public transit link. The NCTPA's new Napa-Sonoma Route 25 has two trips in each direction on weekday mornings and evenings: Here's the schedule.

 

A new commuter bus route linking Napa and Sonoma is set to make its debut July 9, according to an article in the .

The schedule for Napa/Sonoma Route 25 is already posted on the website of the .

The fare is $1.50 each way and monthly passes are available at the Pearl Street transit center in downtown Napa.

The following trips are scheduled for Monday through Friday mornings and evenings:

 

West

 

East

 

Pearl Street Transit Center

Imola Park & Ride Lot

Sonoma Plaza (Arrives)

Sonoma County Transit Connections

Sonoma Plaza (Departs)

Imola Park & Ride Lot

Pearl Street Transit Center

AM

5:50

6:00

6:25

Rt. 30X

6:30

6:55

7:07

AM

6:25

6:35

7:00

Rt. 40

7:05

7:30

7:42

PM

5:10

5:22

5:52

Rt. 40

5:57

6:22

6:34

PM

5:50

6:00

6:25

Rt. 30

6:30

6:55

7:07

The bus route will make timed connections with Sonoma County Transit routes 30 and 40 at the Sonoma Plaza and will allow Sonoma commuters to catch the NCTPA's Vine buses to the Vallejo ferry terminal and the El Cerrito del Norte BART station, according to the Register report.

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