Rio Vista Delta Breeze

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Rio Vista Delta Breeze
Locale Rio Vista, CA
Routes3
Hubs Fairfield Transit Center, Pittsburg Bay Point BART Station
OperatorTransportation Concepts

Rio Vista Delta Breeze is a bus transit service based in Rio Vista, California.

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Service and operations

It offers flex fixed-route local service in the cities of Rio Vista and Isleton in addition to commuter service to the Fairfield Transportation Center and Antioch station. [1] There was limited twice weekly service to the Pittsburg/Bay Point BART Station in Bay Point until 2010 when it became a regularly scheduled weekday service. [2]

In Fairfield, Rio Vista Delta Breeze connects with Amtrak and Greyhound. Rio Vista Delta Breeze has an interline agreements with Greyhound. [3]

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