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Dial-A-Ride Shuttle Services

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By taking Dial-a-Ride you are reducing CO2 and emissions by over 49,000kg each winter.

From Dec 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019 Homewood’s Dial-a-Ride free shuttle service served over 1,000 people with approximately 350 trips, driving 2,800 miles. We estimate that 5,600 miles of driving and 700 trips were kept off the road and, by using, we calculated that we reduced CO2 emissions by 49,896kg with this program.

How it works

  1. Dial-A-Ride is a FREE service that seats up to 7 guests visiting Homewood Mountain Resort
  2. Our Dial-a-Ride radius of operations is from Tahoma to Granlibakken between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  3. To summon the Dial-a-Ride shuttle please call 530-525-2922 the day of skiing to schedule a pick up or drop off.

If you’d like to coordinate a regularly scheduled stop to your lodge, community or place of business, please reach out to

Bus Services - TART

The Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) system began service on the north shore of Lake Tahoe in 1975.

The system is currently operated by Placer County and operates seven days a week. The service operates on State Routes 28 and 89 along the northern and western shores of Lake Tahoe, from Incline Village, Nevada on the northeast to Sugar Pine Point State Park in El Dorado County on the southwest, and to Truckee via State Route 89.

Service is generally provided ona hourly basis and is FREE. For more information or schedules, contact TART at 530-581-6365, or from out of the area call 1-800-736-6365