California Transit Association

Member Profiles

Union City Transit

<p>Union City Transit Bus In-Service</p> (Year: 2015)

Operating Revenue

$4,500,000

Operating Expenditure

$4,500,000

Capital Revenue

$4,500,000

Capital Expenditure

$106,027

Fleet Inventory

20 buses, 6 paratransit vans, 1 sedan

History

Year Founded

1974

Governing or Corporate Structure

Union City Transit is a service of the City of Union City. It is governed by the Union City City Council.

Significant Historical Milestones

In 1974, the City began operating the service (through a contractor) to provide public bus transportation service to the Union City BART station. Previously, it was a private service (jitney).

Notable Achievements

Opened the Union Landing Transit Center in 2004. Union City Transit's active fleet became 100% CNG in 2012.

Public Transit and Commuter Rail Agencies

Number of Employees

48

Annual Ridership

450000

Number of Bus Routes Provided

9

Number of Rail Lines Served

1

Year: 2015

Union City Transit Bus In-Service

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Year: 2015

Union City Paratransit Service

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Year: 2015

Union City Transit buses at the Union City BART Station

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Year: 1975

Union City Transit "Flea" bus at the Union City BART station. The service used to be called the "The Flea" due to the look of the vehicles.

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Year: 2004

The Union Landing Transit Center

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Year: 2010

UCT bus at the Union Landing Transit Center

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