Welcome to the Alameda TMA!
Alameda TMA is a Transportation Management Association that promotes the use of transit, walking, and bicycling to travel around Alameda.
Our goal is to help ease traffic on the island, and to provide information on all the various ways to travel to, from or around the Island.
Whether you’re interested in trying transit for the first time, or looking for information on bus and ferry service in Alameda, we suggest you start at our Travel Options section.
Interested in Free Transit Passes?
Residents and employees of Alameda Point and the Northern Waterfront may be eligible for FREE unlimited AC Transit passes! Contact Us to see if you or your business are eligible.
Where’s my Bus?
ACT RealTime knows where your bus is—and you can too.
Guided by customer feedback and our commitment to improve your experience, AC Transit has introduced ACT RealTime. Now, your bus reports its location every fifteen seconds to provide more accurate departure predictions.
Find your bus at actransit.org/ACTRealTime
What’s New at the TMA?
PRESS RELEASE Starting Monday, August 9, AC Transit will begin service of the new Pilot Line 78. Line 78 starts at Fruitvale BART and operates in Alameda along Santa Clara Avenue and Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway (RAMP), making it a great option to get to and from...
Get schedules and stop information for Line 78 at https://www.actransit.org/bus-lines-schedules/78
The new Alameda Seaplane ferry route has launched. This route provides direct weekday commute service between Alameda's new Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal and Downtown San Francisco.Photo: San Francisco Bay Ferry
If you work at Alameda Point you are eligible for one free Easy Pass. It’s easy: