Vamos Mobility

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About this app

The Vamos Mobility app connects residents of California's Central Valley with affordable and sustainable ways to get you where you want to go
and lets you purchase tickets using EZHub.

Use the app to plan public transit trips within and between San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties. The app provides information and plans routes across all transit agencies in the two counties, including trips across multiple agencies and services, covering both fixed-route transit trips and connections to demand response services. Then use the fully integrated EZHub feature to purchase the public transit tickets you need. (Tickets are available for San Joaquin RTD, StanRTA, ACE Rail, and transit in Escalon, Ripon, Manteca, Tracy, Lodi, and Turlock.)

Future updates plan to include connections to e-carshare and e-bikeshare services.
Updated on
Jun 26, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info, Financial info, and App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

34 reviews
The Spook (XxSpookyGhostxX)
February 21, 2024
App is a mess. Can't see my town routes on google maps anymore and have to use this to see them. The last ticket app they retired was way better. At least it worked right. The map is a nice idea and I hope they fix it. It's just frustrating when I don't have any other way to see routes aside from the map pamphlet. I can't understand why they removed routes from maps but it was probably a local decision thing 😕 edit: map doesn't vanish anymore but the address I put in showed a wrong place
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Reverend Aero
November 28, 2023
Update: I've had issues with this app not letting me buy tickets twice previously. I am still unable to purchase tickets with Google Pay and am unhappy entering my debit information into any software that asks willy-nilly, but I was finally able to buy a ticket with the app and use it, so I give it 3 stars for now for kind of working. If Google Pay starts working I might bump this as high as a 4. The schedules are more complete than Google Maps but not as fast on minute-to-minute updates.
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byron lee
June 10, 2024
I liked the previous app for my tickets. I have a ticket I've paid for and haven't used. Tried to figure out how to use the ticket but trying to get info about how to do it isn't happening because when I put in the info I get answers to questions I'm not asking and not an answer to my question.