Vacaville Transportation Center

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Vacaville Transportation Center
Bus bays at Vacaville Transportation Center, May 2019.JPG
Bus bays at Vacaville Transportation Center in 2019
LocationAllison Drive and Travis Way
Vacaville, California
United States
Coordinates38°21′31″N 121°57′54″W / 38.358575°N 121.96509°W / 38.358575; -121.96509Coordinates: 38°21′31″N 121°57′54″W / 38.358575°N 121.96509°W / 38.358575; -121.96509
Owned byCity of Vacaville
Line(s)Bus transport FAST: Blue
Bus transport Vacaville City Coach: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6
Bus transport Yolobus: 220
Construction
Parking225
22 vanpool spots
Disabled accessYes

Vacaville Transportation Center also known as the Vacaville Intermodal Station is a bus station in Vacaville, California. It is served by Fairfield and Suisun Transit (FAST), Vacaville City Coach, Yolobus, and the Bulldog Express wine tours.[1]

Transit[edit]

The bus station is served by the FAST Blue Line between Walnut Creek station, Fairfield Transportation Center, Davis, and Sacramento Monday through Saturday. Yolobus route 220 connects the VTC with Winters and Davis.

Local bus service is provided by Vacaville City Coach on lines 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 which connect the center to Leisure Town, downtown Vacaville, Browns Valley, Kaiser Vacaville, Nut Tree, and Vacaville Transit Plaza.

History[edit]

In 2011 Phase 1 of the project was completed for $12.6 million.[2] Phase 2 was to have added a $20.5 million 400-stall parking garage but this was later changed to a $1 million 136-space surface lot.[citation needed] In 2013 the center received $450,000 to improve sidewalks and build a bikepath.[3] The center has no water fountains or bathroom facilities.[4]

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External links[edit]

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