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You don't need a car to get around Lake Tahoe! 

Tahoe Basin is continually working to enhance local transit options. 

And if Tahoe Convoy doesn't match your schedule on Friday or Sunday, you can purchase a one-way Tahoe Convoy ticket and choose from one of these other regional transit options and day ski buses connecting the Bay Area with Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe

Local Bus Service

TART's local bus routes serves North Tahoe, with schedules running into the night. Use the trip planner and realtime location tracking

TART bus

Local Ski Shuttles

Park and Ride the BUS

Free TART shuttles bringing North Lake Tahoe and Truckee skiers into Squaw Valley and Northstar

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Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows Microtransit

Free van transportation within Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, booked through app. Use the Squaw Alpine Express to travel between the valleys

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Mountaineer Squaw

Ridehail

Both Lyft and Uber operate across Lake Tahoe.

Get $5 off Lyft when its your first or last mile connection to Tahoe Convoy! Enter Lyft promo code: TVLCONVOY

Winter ridehai

Taxis

High Sierra    (530) 412-1927

Tahoe Independent   (530) 546-8687

Tahoe Taxi Express   (530) 386-5559

Dave's Taxi Tahoe   (831) 521-5144

North Tahoe Checker   (530) 546-8844

Fast Taxi   (530) 583-6699

Anytime Taxi   (530) 562-4532

Rubicon Taxi   (530) 448-4843

Tahoe Taxi

Tahoe Convoy is not the only transit option connecting the Bay with the Lake

Tahoe Convoy serves the weekend journey, traveling eastbound on Friday night and returning westbound on Sunday night (expanding to Monday night for 3-day weekends). If our Friday or Sunday travel times don't align with your schedule, you can purchase a one-way Tahoe Convoy ticket and use one of these other travel options.

Capitol Corridor Train + Bus

Amtrak Capitol Corridor train connects San Jose and Oakland to Sacramento, with connecting buses to Truckee (3 buses per day) and South Lake Tahoe (1 bus per day)

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Amtrak California Zephyr Train

Amtrak California Zephyr is a daily train connecting Emeryville with Truckee along the historic and scenic Overland Route. The westbound train, which originates in Chicago, sometimes arrives in Truckee behind schedule

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Greyhound

Greyhound connects San Francisco and Oakland to Truckee with three daily buses (no service to South Lake Tahoe)

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Day Ski Buses

There are several day ski buses that connect the Bay Area directly with ski resorts on weekends and holidays. Day ski buses depart the Bay Area around 5 AM, arrive at one preselected resort around 9 AM, and then return to the Bay Area that afternoon around 4 PM. These buses are a great travel option for skiers who don't have overnight accommodations at Lake Tahoe.

To unlock more travel options, you can ride Tahoe Convoy one way and a day ski bus the other way. For example, to travel eastbound Friday evening and return westbound Saturday evening, ride Tahoe Convoy for your eastbound Friday trip and use a day ski bus for your Saturday evening return.

Bay Area Ski Bus / Tahoe Ski Trips

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Bay Area Ski Bus (also known as Tahoe Ski Trips)  has pickup locations in San Francisco, the Peninsula, the South Bay and the East Bay, and travels to Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Northstar and Sugar Bowl 

Bay Area Ski Bus

NAC Ski Bus

NAC Ski has pickup locations in San Francisco, the Peninsula, the South Bay and the East Bay, and travels to Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, and Northstar 

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Sports Basement

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Sports Basement has pickup locations at its stores in San Francisco, Berkeley, Sunnyvale, Redwood City and Novato, and travels only to Squaw Valley

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