Click any Stop for scheduled pick up and drop off times
BAY AREA and CENTRAL VALLEY
In San Francisco, Tahoe Convoy stops in SOMA at 4th/King Caltrain and in downtown at Embarcadero BART.
In the East Bay, Tahoe Convoy stops at El Cerrito del Norte to connect with East Bay BART lines.
In the Central Valley, Tahoe Convoy stops at Fairfield, in Sacramento at Downtown and Natomas, and at Auburn.
Free weekend parking is available at all BART stations, and also at the Fairfield, Sacramento – Natomas, and Auburn Park and Ride lots.
South Bay Connection
For eastbound trips on Fridays, riders coming from the South Bay or Peninsula should board the northbound Caltrain Baby Bullet #707 and transfer onto Tahoe Convoy at SF 4th/King Station. Tahoe Convoy won't depart before the train has arrived.
For westbound trips on Sundays (or Monday during scheduled 3-day weekends), Tahoe Convoy travels farther south to Millbrae Caltrain/BART in order to connect with southbound Caltrain service and also the SamTrans ECR bus.
NORTH LAKE TAHOE
Tahoe Convoy serves every North Tahoe destination, including Sugar Bowl, Truckee, Palisades (Squaw Valley), Alpine Meadows, Tahoe City, Dollar Point, Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, Crystal Bay, Incline Village and Northstar.
Beyond these resorts and towns, Tahoe Convoy also stops at over 60 curbside locations to deliver riders as close as possible to their accommodations. Ridehail and taxi are also available for last-mile connections.
The Lodging page features over 50 hotels, lodges and resorts located within walking distance of Tahoe Convoy stops.
Tahoe Convoy stops only where ticketed passengers have selected to board or alight. A typical trip makes 2-4 stops in the Bay Area and 4-8 stops at Lake Tahoe.
24 hours before travel, ticketed passengers will be emailed an updated itinerary listing the stops selected on their trip. Passengers may modify their pick up or drop off location as late as 3:00 PM on the day of travel by letting us know.
To stay on schedule, Tahoe Convoy uses available bus and carpool lanes. But traffic congestion, weather conditions, and other events beyond our control may result in delayed arrivals and extended travel times.
On the day of travel, watch the Live Status page to track the shuttle in real time.