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Welcome to the Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) section of the Yolo County Transportation District web site. In order to save you time, we have posted FAQ's here from web users. If you don't see your question answered, please scroll to the bottom of this page and fill out the form to get a personalized response from our customer service department. If you would rather call Yolobus with your question, please call (530)666-2877.

Q: How much does it cost to ride the bus? Are discounts or passes available?
A: A regular bus fare for Yolobus one way is $2.25. Discount fares are available to youths (5-18), seniors, and disabled. Passes and discounts are available through the Yolo County Transportation District Customer Service Department. Click here for a complete list of all prices. You may also call (530)661-0816 for more information.

Q: Where can I get information on the Airport Service?
A: Information on the Airport Service can be found on this website by clicking here, or you may call Yolobus at (530)666-2877.

Q: I’m traveling to/from UC Davis. Which bus should I ride?
A: From Winters you can take Route 220; from Woodland, Routes 42B or 242; from Downtown Sacramento, W. Sacramento or Davis, use Route 42A or 43R. You can also access Unitrans in Davis. Click here for Yolobus route and schedule information, or call 530-752-BUSS (2877).

Q: I’m traveling to/from Downtown Sacramento. Which bus should I ride?
A: If you are traveling to Downtown Sacramento from Woodland, Davis W.Sacramento or the Sacramento Airport, you can access Route 42 all day, seven days a week. From W. Sacramento, please call Yolobus at 1-800-371-2877 to find out if Routes 39, 40, 41, 240 or 241 are close to your area to access Downtown Sacramento. If you work in Downtown Sacramento, you might try our Express Lines 43, 44, 230, 231, or 323 for Davis Commuters and for the Express Line 45 for Woodland commuters.

Q: I’m traveling to/from the Sacramento Rivercats baseball games. Which bus should I ride?
A: From the Davis and Woodland area to a River Cats game, you can board
Route 42. to arrive within close walking distance of Raley Field. West Sacramento residents can utilize Route 240 , Route 40 and Route 41 to arrive within walking distance of the ballpark.

Q: I’m traveling to/from Cache Creek Casino. Which bus should I ride?
A: For Service to Cache Creek you would access Route 215 . This route runs seven days a week (including holidays). We provide 17 round trips daily, originating from the County Fair Mall in Woodland.

Q: I believe that I left an item behind when I rode the bus. Who should I contact for Lost and Found?
A: For Lost and Found, please contact Yolobus in the Davis/Woodland area at (530)666-2877 or, outside of the area, call 1-800-371-2877.

Q: Is your bus available for charter service?
A: Yolobus is not available for charter service.

Q: How can I request printed schedules?
A: You can request printed schedules by calling Yolo County Transportation District Customer Service Department at (530)661-0816.

Q: Can I bring my pet on the bus?
A: Please see the Yolobus Pet Policy

Q: I know that Yolobus can transport my bike while I ride the bus but what is the process?
A: All Yolobus buses have bicycle racks for up to 3 bikes. They’re available on a first come first serve basis. Yolobus is not responsible for bikes that are stolen, left on racks or damaged. For more specific information please see Bikes On Buses

Q: What is a Group Pass?
A: A Group Pass is a convenient way for groups of individuals to purchase bus fare for a group trip utilizing Yolobus strictly as Public Transportation and its available fixed routes. For details, please call Customer Service at YCTD (530)661-0816.

Q: Will Yolobus exchange links with my Web page?
A: Please call Customer Service at (530)661-0816, make the request, giving a detailed description of your Web Site and we will consider your request for exchanging links.

Q: I’m traveling to/from CSUS?
A: To travel to CSUS you can access Route 42 from the cities of Woodland, Davis and W. Sacramento to J St. in Downtown Sacramento. From here, you transfer onto the Regional Transit Route 30 or 31, or the Gold Line (Light Rail) which runs every 10 to 30 minutes out to the University. Click here for route and schedule information.

Q: Does Yolobus travel to Sacramento Kings games and Golden 1 Center?
A: Yes! Take Route 42A or 42B to and from Woodland and Davis. From West Sacramento, in addition to Routes 42A and 42B, Route 40 is available to take passengers to the Golden 1 Center for both evening and afternoon events. For late evening events with attendance less than 10,000, the last Route 42A bus leaves Capitol Mall and 7th Street at 10:33PM.

Q: Does Yolobus operate on weekends and holidays?
A: Yolobus operates on weekends and holidays. Please check the particular route you are interested in taking by checking further on this web site or you may call Yolobus at (530)666-2877. Limited service is available on some holidays.

Q: Does Yolobus have a connection to the Bay area?
A: Route 42 arrives within reasonable distance of Davis and Sacramento Amtrak Stations – you could travel to the Bay area by train.

Q: How many buses does Yolobus operate?
A: Yolobus operates with approximately 45 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses and 10 paratransit vehicles.

Q: Do you provide custom trip planning?
A: Our Customer Service Department is more than happy to assist you in planning your next bus trip, you can either call Yolobus at (530)666-2877 or Yolo County Transportation District at (530)661-0816.

Q: Are there other regional transit providers and how do I contact them?
A: In the table below are other regional transit providers with their phone numbers:


Other Transit Providers

Taxicab Service:

A-1 Taxi


Davis Airporter


Davis Taxi Cab Co


Friendly Cab


University Cab


Woodland Cab


Woodland Yellow Cab


Non-Emergency Medical Transportation:

Medic Ambulance Service Inc


Connecting Services:

Unitrans - City of Davis


Davis Community Transit (Paratransit)


Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT)


Yuba Sutter Transit


Amador County Transit


Paratransit, Inc.


Rideshare Information (Carpool/Vanpool):

Regional Rideshare Program



Passenger Rail:



Scheduled Intercity Bus Service:



Local Charter Bus Services:

All West Coachlines Inc


Davis Airporter


Davis Area Rapid Transit


First Student Inc



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