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

  • In alignment with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) announcement that its order requiring masking on public transportation and at transportation hubs is no longer in effect, effective April 20, 2022 California's requirement for masking on public transit and in transportation hubs is terminated. The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) still strongly recommends that individuals in these settings continue to wear a mask.

  • No Service on / 沒服務公眾假期 / No hay servicio los dias Feriados:
    • President's Day / 總統節日 / Día del Presidente - 02/21/2022
  • New schedules effective February 12, 2022 to coincide with BART's new schedule effective February 14, 2022.
    • Schedules timed to coordinate with specific trains
    • Check schedules for new times
  • New Map and Schedules Effective February 12, 2022
  • 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!
  • Translation Assistance
    • If you would like materials translated, please email Union City Transit at sadams@unioncity.org.
    • 如果您需要翻譯材料,請發送電子郵件至 sadams@unioncity.org 發送電子郵件至 Union City Transit。
    • Si desea que se traduzcan los materiales, envíe un correo electrónico a Union City Transit a sadams@unioncity.org.
  • 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.


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