Tahoe Transportation District (TTD)
TTD Route 50 and Route 53 connect with the Emerald Bay Shuttle at the South Y Transit Center.
Placer County Transit
Serving Western Placer County, Placer County Transit operates routes between Alta and Sacramento.
Serving the greater Reno – Sparks area. https://www.rtcwashoe.com/public-transportation/
Linking Lake Tahoe
Explore Tahoe by Foot, Bike, Bus or Water! http://www.linkingtahoe.com/
Routes Hwy 89, Hwy 267 and the Truckee Local serve the Truckee Depot. Riders can connect here with the Amtrak California Zephyr.
The Greyhound stop located is located at the Truckee Depot. Routes Hwy 89, Hwy 267 and the Truckee Local serve the Truckee Depot.
Airport, Charter, and Taxi Connections
North Lake Tahoe Express
North Lake Tahoe Express provides shuttle service to and from Reno/Tahoe International Airport. Connections can be made at made at several TART stops including Tahoe City Transit Center, Truckee Depot, Sawmill Heights, and Village at Northstar.
Amador Stage Lines
Amador Stage Lines operates the South Tahoe Airporter, running daily trips from South Lake Tahoe to the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. You can also charter an Amador Trailways bus to explore the beauty of the Lake Tahoe area, including trips to and from Reno.
Truckee/North Tahoe TMA
Find taxi and charter transportation listings.
Amador Stage Lines
Ride the Vail Shuttle to Kirkwood or Northstar.
Keep Tahoe Blue
Keep Tahoe Blue’s shuttle listings help you avoid the hassle of parking and traffic.
Northstar Resort Shuttle
Find information on Northstar Resort’s shuttle services, as well a link to their own transportation app.
Connect with over 8,000 skiers and snowboarders that carpool from the San Francisco Bay Area to Lake Tahoe and to other snow destinations with Snowpals.
Use crowdsourcing to book a bus to any destination with Skeedaddle.