Solano Express-branded SolTrans intercity bus.
|Headquarters||311 Sacramento Street, Vallejo, CA|
|Locale||Vallejo and Benicia, California|
|Service area||Solano County, California, Contra Costa County, California|
|Service type||bus service, paratransit|
SolTrans, officially Solano County Transit, is a Joint Powers Authority that provides public transportation service to the southern Solano County cities of Vallejo and Benicia. SolTrans was established in 2011 and is the result of a merger between Vallejo Transit and Benicia Breeze.
SolTrans provides local and express bus service to the Solano County cities of Vallejo, Benicia, and Fairfield, California. It also provides express bus service to the Contra Costa County communities of El Cerrito, Pleasant Hill, and Walnut Creek, providing regional connections to BART. SolTrans also provides complementary ADA paratransit.
Ferry service from Vallejo to San Francisco, which was operated by Vallejo Transit, is now provided by San Francisco Bay Ferry, the public operating arm of the San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority [WETA].
SolTrans connects with the following public transit services:
- AC Transit
- County Connection (Contra Costa)
- Fairfield and Suisun Transit
- Golden Gate Transit
- San Francisco Bay Ferry
- Vine Transit (Napa)
- WestCAT (Contra Costa)
As of 30 August 2012, SolTrans operates 17 bus routes: 7 local routes operate within Vallejo, 4 supplemental school routes operate in Vallejo and Benicia, 5 routes provide intercity service, and 1 route supplements the Baylink Ferry. SolTrans also provides general dial-a-ride service within Benicia. Unless otherwise noted, routes operate Monday through Saturday except holidays.
|1||North West Vallejo / Vallejo Transit Center||Sunday service provided|
|2||North East Vallejo / Vallejo Transit Center|
|3||Glen Cove / South Vallejo / Beverly Hills / Vallejo Transit Center|
|4||Tuolumne Street / Vallejo Transit Center|
|5||Discovery Kingdom / Vallejo Transit Center||5R via Redwood Street; 5S via Sereno Drive|
|6||Vallejo Transit Center / Benicia Road / Ascot Parkway / Tennessee Street|
|7||Target Shopping Center / Springs Road / Vallejo Transit Center||Sunday service provided|
|12||Solano Middle School||Operates on school days only|
|14||Jesse Bethel High School||Operates on school days only|
|15||Benicia Middle School / Benicia High School / Mary Farmer Elementary School||Operates on school days only; via Solano Drive|
|17||Benicia Middle School / Benicia High School / Mary Farmer Elementary School||Operates on school days only; via East Second Street|
|76||Vallejo / Benicia / Diablo Valley College||Weekday peak period service only|
|78||Vallejo / Benicia / Walnut Creek BART|
|80||Vallejo / El Cerrito del Norte BART|
|80S||Vallejo / Benicia / Walnut Creek BART||Sunday service only, follows Route 78 alignment|
|85||Vallejo Transit Center / Fairfield|
|200||San Francisco / Vallejo||Supplemental service bus for Baylink Ferry; Sunday service provided|
Fleet and livery 
SolTrans operates a mixed fleet of buses. When SolTrans was consolidated in 2011, they introduced Gillig Low Floor hybrid buses for local bus service,  while the intercity routes continue to use MCI D-4500 buses. Since rebranding, Orion V buses previously used by Vallejo Transit became exclusive for school routes. SolTrans also makes use of Starcraft Bus Starlite shuttles for Paratransit and Dial-a-ride services. All buses are bicycle and wheelchair accessible.
- Rohrs, Sarah (26 July 2011). "Huge deficit already saddles merged SolTrans bus system serving Benicia and Vallejo". Vallejo Times Herald. Archived from the original on 26 July 2011. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
- SB 976: San Francisco Bay Area Water Emergency Transportation Authority
- Motor Bus Society, Convention Report, Spring 2005. April 18, 2005
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