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Go Tri-Valley

Header Image - Go Tri-Valley is easy to use. We pay half your fare (up to $5) for rideshare trips on Uber and Lyft that start and end in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore.

Go Tri-Valley is easy to use. We pay half your fare (up to $5) for rideshare trips on Uber and Lyft that start and end in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore.

Here’s how it works:

Download the Uber app and/or the Lyft app to your mobile device.

For Uber, click here for Android devices and click here for iOS

For Lyft, click here for Android devices and click here for iOS 

For trips on Uber, download a voucher

Download a voucher here and the discount will be applied automatically to every qualifying trip

For trips on Lyft, enter a promo code

Go to the “Payment” menu, scroll down to “Add Lyft Pass” then enter the code GOTRIVALLEY to get the discount applied automatically for every qualifying trip.

More information about the offer

  • Offer is currently valid for UberX and Standard Lyft services. 
  • Wheelchair accessible vehicles are available through Uber WAV. Same discount applies.
  • Valid for trips anywhere in Dublin, Pleasanton and Livermore. Trips that begin or end outside of those cities are not discounted.

Offer valid anywhere in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore

All trips must be within the city limits of Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore, CA. Travel between cities is permitted, but if your pickup or drop-off is outside the boundaries of the three cities in our service area, the discount is not valid.

Tri-Valley City Limits

Frequently Asked Questions

Go Tri-Valley is a rideshare program through which LAVTA will pay for 50% of your fare, up to $5.00, for rides with our participating partners within the city limits of Dublin, Pleasanton and Livermore, which includes both Tri-Valley BART stations and all three Tri-Valley ACE Stations. A portion of the funding for the program start-up has been provided through a partnership between LAVTA and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (AQMD).

The current participating providers are Uber and Lyft.

To qualify for the 50% discount, up to $5, you must select the UberPOOL or Lyft Line option when booking your ride (or UberWAV if you utilize a mobility device and need a access ramp on to the vehicle). This helps keep costs low and reduce the number of cars on the road. If you choose a regular Uber or Lyft ride you will be responsible for paying the regular fare. 

The state of California has a program to assist with the cost of Smart Phones and service. For more information click here.

You can also set up an account with GoGo by calling 855.464.6872 or by visiting their website by clicking here. This service is provided at an additional cost. Mention “Go Tri-Valley” when you book your trip.

Our partners only accepts payment via credit card or debit card with the credit card logo. If you do not have either credit card or debit card, we have found a low to free cost option. Please click here to learn more.

Providing transit service in less-populated areas is challenging, and frequent bus service cannot operate efficiently. The program started with a pilot in Dublin called Go Dublin. The program was successful so we have decided to expand the program to our entire service area to give residents another easy, affordable transportation option. The partnership with the AQMD provided a portion of the funding to expand the program.

All participating partners offer criminal background checks, DMV checks, vehicle inspections and provide $1 million liability insurance for all drivers and vehicles. In addition, there is a zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy. Finally, some participants offer a rating system; if you rate a driver less than 3 stars, you will never be matched with that driver again. If you do experience a safety incident, call 911 if necessary, then call the participating partners emergency response line as provided for in their individual phone apps.

The data is completely anonymous, so LAVTA will not be able to track where someone is or learn exactly where they’ve been or are going.

If you travel outside the service area, you will be responsible for paying the entire fare (Go Tri-Valley promotion will not apply).

Actual wait times depend on how many drivers are currently in the area, but in most cases a ride will arrive within 10 to 15 minutes.

Yes, anyone over 18 can use the Go Tri-Valley program. All of the participating providers have 4-doors and accept service animals.

Booking or service fees may not be included in the Go Tri-Valley discount. Please check individual service providers for details.

The “Go Tri-Valley” program merely provides a discount for customers who choose to utilize the services of the participating third party providers. The “Go Tri-Valley” program does not provide a warranty of any kind as to the quality or safety of any of the providers under that program.  All warranties, conditions, representations, indemnities, and guarantees with respect to the content or service and the operation, capacity, speed, functionality, qualifications, or capabilities of the service provided here under, whether express or implied, arising by law, custom, prior oral or written statements, or otherwise, including, but not limited to any warranty of satisfactory quality, merchant ability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement, are hereby overridden, excluded, and disclaimed.

About the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority

The Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA) was created in 1985 by the cities of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton and Alameda County to serve area transit needs. In 2018 and 2019, LAVTA was named Transit Agency of the Year by the California Transit Association and the California Association for Coordinated Transportation, respectively. In 2020, LAVTA was named the top transit agency of its size in North America by the American Public Transportation Association.

LAVTA supports environmental sustainability by reducing vehicle trips and traffic congestion on local streets and improving air quality in the Tri-Valley region. In addition to passenger fares, the agency is supported financially by federal, state and local agencies, including the Alameda County Transportation Commission’s Measure BB.