Vallejo Station

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Vallejo Station
Vallejo Ferry Terminal.jpg
The Vallejo Ferry Terminal at Vallejo Station

United States
Coordinates38°06′02″N 122°15′47″W / 38.100534°N 122.26303°W / 38.100534; -122.26303Coordinates: 38°06′02″N 122°15′47″W / 38.100534°N 122.26303°W / 38.100534; -122.26303
Operated bySan Francisco Bay Ferry
Disabled accessHandicapped/disabled access

Vallejo Station is an inter-modal transit station in Vallejo, California.[1] It is located at the western part of Central Vallejo and includes the Vallejo Ferry Terminal, a multi-story parking garage/paseo and the Vallejo Transit Center bus station.

The ferry terminal serves as a through stop and part-time terminal for the Vallejo Ferry, which travels between Mare Island and Pier 41 at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, making stops at Vallejo and the San Francisco Ferry Building along the way, however, both Mare Island and Pier 41 are also part-time terminals for the ferry, and most trips on the ferry only serve Vallejo and the Ferry Building. Vallejo Ferry Terminal additionally serves as the northern terminal for the seasonal Vallejo Giants Ferry to Oracle Park. The Vallejo Giants Ferry only operates on weekday evenings and weekends for select Giants home games throughout the baseball season; weekday evening service only operates northbound from Oracle Park to Vallejo 20 minutes after the last out of the game, while weekend service operates bidirectionally between Vallejo and Oracle Park, also returning to Vallejo 20 minutes after the last out of the game.[2] The Vallejo Ferry Terminal's Ticket Office is open on weekdays between 5:30am and 5:00pm, and on weekends and holidays between 8:00am and 5:00pm.

The Vallejo Transit Center serves as the headquarters and central transfer point for SolTrans, with additional service to the bus station provided by Flixbus and VINE Transit. The Vallejo Convention and Visitor's Bureau headquarters is also located inside of the Ferry Terminal.

A California Historical Landmark marker at the transit center denotes the site of the former California State Capitol in Vallejo.[3][4]

Bus service[edit]

A SolTrans Express MCI D4500 Bus (used on Routes 80, 82, 85, and Yellow) on layover at the Vallejo Transit Center

The Vallejo Transit Center is a major terminal for the SolTrans and VINE Transit bus systems:

  • Soltrans: local routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; express routes Red, Yellow, 82
  • VINE Transit: local route 11; express route 29 (stops at ferry terminal only)

Flixbus additionally provides intercity bus service from the terminal.


  1. ^ "Project Overview". Vallejo Station Intermodal Facility project. Retrieved 25 August 2012.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Delja, Beatrice. "CHL # 574 State Capitol in Vallejo Solano". Retrieved 2018-06-27.
  4. ^ "Vallejo Ferry". Monday, 1 July 2019

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