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ParentYolo County Transportation District
Founded1989 [1]
Headquarters350 Industrial Way
Woodland, California 95776
Service area Yolo County, including some Sacramento and Solano county stops
Service type bus service
Fuel type Compressed natural gas
Operator Transdev
Website www.yolobus.com

Yolobus provides public transportation throughout Yolo County, California and into downtown Sacramento, to western Sacramento County and northeastern Solano County. Yolobus is the only public transit system that provides daily service to the Sacramento International Airport and Cache Creek Casino Resort. Yolobus fleet consists of 50 compressed natural gas (CNG) buses and 10 paratransit vehicles. Yolobus is administered by Yolo County Transportation District and bus operations have been contracted to Transdev (formerly Veolia Transport) since 2006. [2]



Current Fares

Riders pay different fares depending on route. Regular and Commute route pay a base fare while express riders pay a higher express fare. Yolobus offers day passes that are also valid on SacRT


Yolobus provides bus service to Yolo County, California, and also to western Sacramento County and northeastern Solano County. The following cities are served: Sacramento, West Sacramento, Southport, Davis, Woodland, Cache Creek, Madison, Esparto, Capay, Knights Landing, Dunnigan, Yolo, Vacaville. [3]

Most regular routes run hourly, 5-7 days a week. Commute and express routes run only at peak times in the mornings and evenings, Monday-Friday.

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Regular Routes

Commuter Routes

Express Routes

Previous Routes

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  1. Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates (2006). Yolo County Transportation District: Draft Short Range Transit Plan (PDF). Sacramento Area Council of Government.
  2. "Yolobus - Did You Know" . Retrieved 2015-05-18.
  3. Transit.511.org