(209) 745-3052
or (800) 338-8676
South County Transit

Welcome to South County Transit – SCT Link

Hwy 99 Express Saturday Service Begins April 6th! Click Here for Details

All SCT Link routes connect with each other at Galt City Hall.

SCT Link’s Dial-A-Ride  provides curb-to-curb service within the city limits of Galt. You may schedule a trip, or multiple trips, by calling (209) 745-3052 or (800) 338-8676 between 6:30 am and 8:00 pm Monday through Friday, and between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm on Saturday.

SCT Link’s Hwy 99 Express provides service connecting Galt with the Lodi Transit Center, Elk Grove, and South Sacramento. The Hwy 99 Express operates Monday through Friday beginning at 5:20 am and ending at 7:20 pm. Beginning Saturday April 6th, 2024, Saturday service will be provided from 8:20 am to 4:20 pm

SCT Link’s Delta Route provides service from Isleton and other Delta communities to Galt, with connecting service via the Hwy 99 Express to Lodi, Elk Grove, and Sacramento. The Delta Route runs 5 times a day Monday through Friday.

SCT Link’s Galt to Sacramento Commuter Express provides direct service from Galt to midtown and downtown Sacramento. Our Wi-fi equipped motorcoach runs 3 times a day Monday through Friday.

Unmet Transit Needs.

What are your impressions regarding the local transit service?
Do you find yourself wanting to utilize it for additional trips, but don't because of issues like where it goes, the schedule or cost?
Are there specific destinations that you urgently need to reach but find it difficult with the current transit options?

We highly encourage you to share your insights by participating in an Unmet Transit Needs meeting.

Upcoming In-Person Meeting:

Date: Tuesday, October 24, 2023
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: City of Galt Council Chambers

You can also convey your feedback to SACOG through their website. Your input is invaluable in improving the transit experience in our community. For more information, please visit https://www.sacog.org/unmet-transit-needs.


The Federal Transit Administration requires that any transit agency receiving federal funds directly must have a current Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP). Likewise, SACOG, as the Regional Transportation Planning Agency, requires that any transit agency receiving State Transportation Development Act Funds must have a current SRTP. A Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) is the document that generally plans out transit services and operations. Through the SRTP update process, the transit system, fleet needs, capital and operating costs and revenues, and new transit services or projects are assessed, and recommendations made.

To review the final board approved SRTP for South County Transit please follow the link below.

SCT Link Short Range Transit Plan.

No person on the basis of race, color, or national origin will be subjected to discrimination in the level and quality of transit services or related benefits. For additional information regarding our non-discrimination policy and procedures to follow in order to file a discrimination complaint Click here


Ninguna persona sobre la base de la raza, el color, el origen nacional será objeto de discriminación en el nivel y calidad de los servicios de tránsito o de otras prestaciones conexos. Para obtener información adicional sobre nuestra política de no discriminación y procedimientos a seguir para presentar una queja por discriminación favor de visitar el Click here

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