Imagine walking or bicycling to work… running the trail along the San Joaquin on your lunch hour… and finishing up the day on the deck of the Boathouse. That’s what we think about as we look at the possibilities for our 450 acre, 5 million square foot business park. It is entitled and shovel ready for campus use, R&D, office—anything except manufacturing and logistics.
We have started an incentive fund that will set aside approximately $5 million dollars to help businesses relocate here. If your company needs a new home for its business, contact Susan Dell’Osso, Project President at 209-879-7900. We have an information package available at the Executive Office, open daily from 9 – 5.
The mission of the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority is to provide equal access to a variety of safe, affordable and reliable public transportation choices, increasing the mobility and improving the quality of life of those who live or work in and visit the Tri-Valley area. These include bus connections to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) and Central Contra County Transportation Authority (County Connection).
Operated by the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA), Wheels plays a vital role in providing transportation and mobility options for those who do not drive, either by choice or necessity. Wheels connects people to work, school, medical appointments, and to recreational opportunities.
The Livermore-Amador Valley Transit Authority has bus connections to make your commute via public transportation quick and easy! For schedules, services, fares and maps, go to www.wheelsbus.com.
SHUTTLES FROM ACE TO BART
BUSING TO THE BAY AREA
San Joaquin Regional Transit District (SJRTD) operates 6 Commuter Routes to Lathrop, Manteca, Tracy, Livermore, Dublin/BART, Pleasanton, Sunnyvale, and Sacramento.
The RTD-BART Commuter connects every weekday from Stockton, Tracy, and Manteca to BART for only $7 each way. Skip the driving, the gas, and the parking! Whether you’re going to work, visiting friends, or catching a baseball game, the RTD-BART Commuter is the way to connect to the Bay Area.
Manteca Transit offers three routes serving the Manteca Area.
The Tracy TRACER / Bus Service provides fixed route and paratransit service to the City of Tracy.
Visit ACE Rail's website for routes, stations, and departure times to get you back in to the Bay Area for your commute!
SMART TRAVELS WITH DIBS
A platform that helps commuters join forces to defeat traffic! Here are a few key points of interest from Smart Travel.
Follow the link above for more information!
Vanpool: a group of up to fifteen people who commute to and from work together in a van. Vanpools work best for people that live at least twenty miles away from their workplace and have a consistent work schedule. You can form a new vanpool today through Commute with Enterprise or CalVans and receive monthly subsidies! Contact Dibs at 800-52-SHARE for more information.
A carpool consists of two or more people sharing the ride to work. Carpools can be as flexible as needed. Share the ride every day, or once a week. It is up to you. But remember, the more you share, the more you save!
Driving vs. Carpooling: Driving alone according to the American Automobile Association's 2015 Edition of Your Driving Costs, the average cost of owning and operating a sedan in 2015 is $0.58 cents per mile based on 15,000 miles of driving per year but when you join a carpool and split the cost of gas with the driver, your cost per mile drops to $0.06!
The Altamont Commuter Express (ACE) is a commuter train that runs between Stockton and San Jose with stations in Stockton, Lathrop-Manteca, Tracy and various stops in the Bay Area.
Amtrak is a train that runs through the San Joaquin Valley and throughout the United States.
The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) has trains running from Dublin-Pleasanton to various Bay Area locations. You can drive, carpool or vanpool, or take SJRTD or MAX commuter busses to BART.
Contact your Smart Travel Team at 1-800-52-SHARE