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BAY AREA and CENTRAL VALLEY: Tahoe Convoy picks up passengers in San Francisco, the East Bay, and the Central Valley, stopping at BART and Caltrain stations, and Park and Ride lots. 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: The first eastbound Friday pickup location is San Francisco SOMA, at 4th/King Caltrain, at 5:45 PM. On Fridays, passengers coming from the South Bay or Peninsula should board northbound Caltrain Baby Bullet #365 to transfer onto Tahoe Convoy at 4th/King. For the westbound return trip on Sunday (or Monday, during 3-day weekends), Tahoe Convoy travels farther south, to Millbrae Caltrain/BART, to connect with southbound Caltrain Local #440 and also the SamTrans ECR bus.
NORTH LAKE TAHOE: Tahoe Convoy serves virtually every North Tahoe destination, including Sugar Bowl, Truckee, Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Tahoe City, Dollar Point, Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, Crystal Bay, and Incline Village. Visit the Lodging page to browse over 40 hotels, lodges and resorts located near Tahoe Convoy stops.
Tahoe Convoy directly serves major resorts and town centers, and also makes stops at over 60 locations across North Tahoe, in order to deliver visitors as close as possible to their accommodations. Ridehail and taxi are also available as a last-mile connection.
Tahoe Convoy makes stops where ticketed passengers are scheduled to board or alight. A typical trip makes 2 to 4 stops in the Bay Area and Central Valley, and 4 to 8 stops at Lake Tahoe.
Tahoe Convoy will never depart a pickup stop before the scheduled departure time, but arrivals and departures may occur later depending on the number of scheduled stops. Two days before travel, ticketed passengers will be emailed an updated schedule listing the stops scheduled for that trip. Passengers may modify their pickup or dropoff location as late as 3:00 PM on the day of travel by letting us know.
To stay on schedule, Tahoe Convoy makes use of bus and carpool lanes. But traffic congestion, weather conditions, and other events beyond our control may result in extended travel times. On the day of travel, be sure to watch the Live Status page to track the shuttle in real time.