Just follow these step-by-step directions for using Wheels buses:
STEP 1: Arrive Early to Your Bus Stop
Arrive at your bus stop at least 5 minutes early. Listed on the sign are route(s) that serve the bus stop. Wait near the sign or the curb where the operator can see you.
STEP 2: Be Prepared To Board Your Bus
Be ready to board with exact fare or a valid ticket, transfer receipt, pass or Clipper Card. Cash and tickets go in the farebox.
STEP 3: Check The Route On The Bus Before Boarding
As the bus approaches, check the route number above the windshield to make sure it’s the line and destination you want. Signal the operator that you wish to board.
STEP 4: Stay Back and Wait
Stay back from the curb and wait until the bus comes to a complete stop. If you need to use a boarding ramp or lift, just ask the operator.
STEP: 5: Board and Pay
Board and pay your fare. If you plan to take another bus, ask the driver for a transfer. After, move to a vacant seat or towards the back so others can board.
STEP 6: Pay Attention To Your Stop Along the Route
Along the route, we’ll announce and post on the bus interior display the next major stops and intersections. If you’re not familiar with the area, you can ask the operator to announce your destination.
STEP 7: Signal The Driver Before Reaching Your Stop
When you want to get off, pull the stop request cord to signal the driver at least a block before your stop.
STEP 8: Be Prepared To Exit Prior To Reaching Your Stop
Gather all your personal items and leave through the rear exit door and stand to the side of the road or sidewalk until the bus has pulled away.
For Your Safety
Never cross the street in front of a bus unless it’s stopped at a red light.
Keep your kids close to make sure you don’t get separated.
Good job , Mr. Haggerty. I drove 17 of the 24 years you were Supervisor. I really appreciate the evolution of this little company into something brig and brighter (Wheels). Thanks again and good luck on your future endevors.
Congratulations Alameda County Supervisor Scott Haggerty
Laura Perez Reyes remember we wanted to take public transportation 🙂
That literally looks like the biggest waste of money
We're in lockdown again, is the bus free again?
What the Heck is this.
Doesn’t look possible to be 6’ apart in there...
Herb Hastings this is what you rode in ???
Wouldn't ride it
Este es el minibus q se maneja sólo no necesita chófer es d nuestra compañía d trabajo
Steve Chew lets try this
Quiero un raid 😃
Theresa Colberg Hmmmm
Wtf is dat
I would love to know what that bus system actually pays per ride. Budget divided by rides. I bet it would be cheaper to subsidize uber rides for everyone. I personally see very few people ride this bus system in Pleasanton. Bus shelters are only used by the occasional homeless person.