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TRACER/Bus Service

*In accordance with the State of California's mask order, City of Tracy TRACER transportation now requires face coverings to be worn by all passengers and drivers while waiting at the Transit Station and while on the bus.*

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Effective March 29, 2021

For more information, visit our website at www.ridetracer.com or call 209-831-4BUS for a brochure and assistance with travel plans. 

Hours of operation
Monday – Friday:7am – 8pm
Saturday:9am – 7pm
Sunday:No Service

Tracy Transit Station
50 E. 6th Street, Tracy 95376
(209) 831-4BUS
Fixed Route Service

Our TRACER Fixed Route service offers five routes to that connect riders to places like Downtown Tracy, Prime Outlets, West Valley Mall, Wal-Mart, and most middle and high schools. Service runs from 7am to 8pm Monday through Friday and from 9am to 7pm on Saturdays. Check out our map to find the stop nearest you.

Paratransit Service

Our Paratransit Service is a door to door service available for ADA/Medicare passengers and Tracy Residents age 65 and older. The service is available during the normal operating hours of the Fixed Route service. All riders must complete a TRACER Paratransit Certification Process to be eligible for the service. For additional information or to apply for service please call (209) 831-4BUS (4287), or visit the Tracy Transit Station. Click here to view our Paratransit Brochure.

Visitors to the City of Tracy

TRACER provides ADA Paratransit Service to visitors with disabilities who do not live in the City of Tracy service area. To ride with TRACER Paratransit, visitors should present documentation that they are ADA eligible for Paratransit Service in the jurisdiction in which they reside. If a visitor does not have such documentation, TRACER will require documentation of residency and disability. Documentation of eligibility for Paratransit Service for out-of-town visitors should be received by TRACER at least seven (7) days before the first desired day of travel. Visitors will be provided service for any combination of twenty-one (21) days during any 365-day period of the starting with the visitor’s first use of the service during that period. Once registered, clients will call TRACER book trips. Customers who wish to receive service beyond this twenty-one (21) day period must apply for eligibility with TRACER.

Subsidized Taxi Service

Did you know that if you are a registered paratransit rider, you can utilize taxi services for half price! The subsidized taxi is a service available to senior and ADA/disabled residents who are unable to ride the established fixed route bus system due to certain limitations.

Those utilizing the subsidized taxi service must be registered as either senior or ADA/disabled with the TRACER paratransit system, which residents can qualify for by completing the TRACER Paratransit Application.

Upon approval of their application a TRACER paratransit identification card is issued to the resident, at no charge, after which time they can purchase taxi tickets from the Finance Department at City Hall. Taxi tickets are sold to residents at a rate of $10 for a ticket valued at $20 in regular fares.

Subsidized taxi service is available during the non-operating hours for the TRACER paratransit service, Monday – Friday prior to 7:00 a.m. and after 7:00 p.m., Saturday prior to 9:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m., and all day on Sunday’s and certain holidays. Currently, Yellow Cab of Tracy, (209) 830-9999, is the only taxi company authorized to use the subsidized tickets.

Any additional questions can be answered by calling TRACER at (209) 831-4287.

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Regional Transit Service

Connections to other cities in San Joaquin County can be made at the Tracy Transit Station via the San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) buses. Click here to see their current bus schedules.

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