Union City Transit

  1. Rider Alerts & Notices
  2. Coronavirus Updates
  3. Routes & Schedules
  4. Fares & Clipper
  5. About Us
  6. ADA & Title VI

Rider Alerts

  • Increased vehicle capacity effective July 1, 2021
    • Union City Transit: Regular Capacity
    • Union City Paratransit: Regular Capacity 
    • Union City Flea: Regular Capacity
  • Union City Transit services continue to operate under Transportation Security Agency Security Directive SD 1582/84-21-01A through Federal Authority 49 U.S.C. 114 requiring face masks be worn at all times while waiting for or riding on public transit. This Security Directive is in effect until September 13, 2021. Union City Transit staff realizes this conflicts with state and local guidance, but appreciates your cooperation and understanding.
  • Clipper sales resume at City Hall effective June 14, 2021
    • Apply for Youth & Senior Discount Cards
    • Pay cash for 31-Day pass
    • No Clipper Customer Service. Call 877.878.8883 for assistance.
  • The Union City Flea microtransit pilot service starts May 24, 2021
    • Flexible, Local, Easy, Access (Flea)
    • Information Flyer (PDF) including hours, service area, app, and fares
    • Download App or call 510.471.1411 to book a ride
    • Fares, transfers, and passes are the same as regular Union City Transit
    • Seating is restricted and capacity will increase with changing regulations
    • Face masks are required at all times in the vehicle
  • Clipper Mobile is here!
  • Supplemental bus service coming in August 2021 to assist with NHUSD students using public transit. This service is available to all customers.
  • New schedules effective August 28, 2021 to coincide with BART's new schedule effective August 30, 2021.
    • Return to Weekday, Saturday, Sunday schedules
    • Schedules will be timed to coordinate with specific trains
  • We apologize for unanticipated road construction around Union City and Hayward that may not allow Union City Transit to access our bus stops in certain locations, your patience and understanding is appreciated.
  • Blue Ribbon Transit Recovery Task Force is evaluating service in the San Francisco Bay Area, click here for more information.


Union City also provides Paratransit transportation services required under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Union City Paratransit offers ADA service within the city limits of Union City. Services are partially funded by the Measure B & BB sales tax of Alameda County.

Union City Paratransit also offers an additional service known as Paratransit Plus. Paratransit Plus offers limited service to southern Hayward, and northern Fremont and Newark. 

Learn more about Paratransit