Tracy Transit Center

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Tracy Transit Center
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Location 50 East Sixth Street
Tracy, California[1]
 United States
Coordinates 37°44′05″N 121°25′25″W / 37.73473°N 121.42364°W / 37.73473; -121.42364Coordinates: 37°44′05″N 121°25′25″W / 37.73473°N 121.42364°W / 37.73473; -121.42364
Connections Greyhound bus
Construction
Parking 220 free spaces[1]
Bicycle facilities Yes
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened 1 February 2010

The Tracy Transit Center is a bus station in Tracy, California, United States.[1] The facility serves as a bus hub for transportation on local, commuter, and long-distance bus services.[2]

Tracer and taxi services offer local connections.[3][4] Greyhound Lines also provides bus service to the transit center.[5] Parking is offered for both bikes and vehicles and there are bus shelters and stops for transit. Although located in very close proximity to railroad tracks, there is currently no rail service to the transit center.

While service may have been previously provided at the transit center, as of July 2013 Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach only has two stops in Tracy (at the Tracy Altamont Corridor Express station and at a Wendy's restaurant), but not at the Tracy Transit Center.[6]

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