Napa Valley
Transportation









There are bus and paratransit systems throughout the Napa Valley, connections to other transportation systems in the Bay Area, and shuttle service to San Francisco and Oakland International Airports. We've also listed taxis, limousines and ferry service on the Bay. Not to worry, you'll have no trouble getting here. Or getting around once you're here. And residents have plenty of ways to leave.

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Airlines
Airports
Airport Shuttles
Automobile/Rental/Routes
Bus Service
Carpool/Vanpool
Ferries
Limousines
Road Conditions
Taxis
Trains
Trolley
Winery Shuttle

TravInfo - 817-1717 - (toll-free hotline from all area codes in the Bay Area)
Complete San Francisco Bay Area public and private transportation information, including up-to-the-minute traffic information on 37 freeways, eight bridges and all major roads.


  • Napa Valley Delivery Service (Napa)

  • Ferries

    • Vallejo Baylink Ferry - Between San Francisco and Vallejo with stops at Angel Island. Special Marine World package available.



  • Limos

    See Limousine Services

  • Roads & Highways

    Bay Area Traffic Report - KRON-TV - Updated every 10 minutes

    CalTrans District 4 - Includes all Bay Area counties


    1-800-427-7623 (Toll-free phone number for highway conditions) - CalTrans Highway Information Network

    • CalTrans Current Highway Conditions
      • Interstate 5 - Main north/south highway in California through Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
      • Interstate 80 - Main highway from San Francisco, over Bay Bridge, up the East Bay and over to Sacramento and the Sierra
      • Interstate 680 - North/south highway from Cordelia (At Highway 80) through Concord and Walnut Creek to San Jose
      • US 101 - North/South highway passing through Marin County over Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco
      • Highway 12 - Road west to the Sonoma Valley and east through Jameson Canyon to Highway 80 and Fairfield
      • Highway 29 - Main north/south road in the Napa Valley
      • Highway 37 - Road from Highway 101 at Novato in Marin County east to Vallejo
      • Highway 121 - From Sears Point on Highway 37, goes south of Sonoma to Napa and northeast to Lake Berryessa. The section between Highway 37 and Highway 29 is called the "Carneros Highway"
      • Highway 128 - From Rutherford north to Calistoga and onward, and Rutherford east to Lake Hennessey, Lake Berryessa and Winters

        To Yosemite

      • Highway 12 - Napa to Interstate 5
      • Interstate 5 - South on Interstate 5 to Hwy 120 or Hwy 140
      • Highway 120 - East on Hwy 120 to Big Oak Flat (high road) entrance to Yosemite
        OR
      • Highway 140 - East on Hwy 140 to Arch Rock (Merced River Canyon - the low road) entrance to Yosemite

        To San Francisco
        Via Golden Gate Bridge

      • Highway 121 - Napa to Sears Point
      • Highway 37 - Sears Point west on Hwy 37 to Hwy 101 in Marin
      • US 101 - South on Hwy 101 to San Francisco

        Via Bay Bridge

      • Highway 29 - Napa to Vallejo
      • Interstate 80 - South on I-80 to Oakland and over Bay Bridge to San Francisco

  • Taxis
    • Napa
      Napa Valley Cab
      257.6444

    • St. Helena
      963.2620

  • Trains
    • Amtrak - The nearest Amtrak station to Napa (NAP) is Martinez (MTZ). Amtrak Thruway bus provides transportation with pick-up and drop-off at the Napa Valley Wine Train station in Napa.

    • Napa Valley Wine Train

      (707) 253-2111

      1275 McKinstry Street Napa, CA 94559

      The Napa Valley Wine Train is one of Napa's most distinctive restaurants. Enjoy a 3-hour journey through world famous vineyards: interesting wine tours, wine tasting, great dining, and special events.

  • Transportation Agencies

  • Trolley

  • Winery Shuttles







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