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Transit Changes Announced For San Joaquin RTD Routes

San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) is implementing several service modifications on Sunday, July 28.

“After studying our routes, we’ve decided that these changes will make our service more efficient,” said RTD CEO Donna DeMartino. “Our goal is always to provide the highest level of service to the greatest number of people with the resources we have available. We believe this realignment of our services will achieve that and is responsive to the demonstrated needs of our customers.”

New service times and destinations have been added to the following routes: Metro Hopper 3, Metro Hopper 9, Route 163, Route 335.

Regular service for the following routes that were suspended during the summer months will resume: Route 340, Route 360, Route 380, Route 390.

Time changes on the following routes will improve efficiency and maintain connectivity: Commuter Route 150, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Route 44, BRT Route 47, BRT Route 49, Route 576, Route 580, Route 720, Route 745.

Service for discontinued local routes will be integrated into other routes as follows: Route 535 will now be integrated into limited service Route 335 with stops including Stagg High School and Walmart; Route 570 will now be integrated into Metro Hopper 3 with stops including Kaiser Medical Offices and the Tam O’Shanter loop; Route 577 will now be integrated into Metro Hopper 9 with stops in the Wilson Way-Waterloo Corridor.

In addition, changes to the Commuter routes are as follows: Route 165 will now be integrated into Route 163 service, Route 150 shuttle between Manteca and Tracy will be discontinued, Routes 172 and 173 will be discontinued.

A complete list of service changes is available at

San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) is the regional transit provider for San Joaquin County. RTD’s mission is to provide a safe, reliable, and efficient transportation system for the region. For more information visit, follow RTD on Facebook and Twitter, or call (209) 943-1111.