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Tri MyRide: On-Demand Neighborhood Shuttle Service

A 6-month pilot program in the Hillcrest (Antioch) and San Marco (Pittsburg) neighborhoods

Tri Delta Transit is currently offering on-demand shuttle service to two neighborhoods in Contra Costa as a pilot program. If successful, the service will be extended to additional neighborhoods.

To use the service, riders first download the TransLoc app, then use it to schedule their pickup. The shuttles serve BART and local shopping areas, so a scheduled trip must either start or end at one of those designated locations. This means someone could be picked up at home and taken to BART, or be picked up at a shopping area and taken to anyplace in the neighborhood service area.

The shuttle runs 8am-5pm Monday-Friday and is $2 per trip or free with a valid Tri Delta Transit Pass. For more details, visit TriMyRide.com.

Paratransit

Paratransit is an on-call system for anyone with a disability who can’t comfortably use fixed route services. Use our guide to using paratransit in Contra Costa County.

Why make the switch?

10:1 Pollution: What is 10:1? A solo driver uses more energy and creates more air pollution in just four years than a transit passenger would in 40 years.

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