Mountain View
Community Shuttle

The Mountain View Community Shuttle is free for everybody. Shop, visit the library, eat, go to a museum, movie theater, or local park, see your doctor/dentist … do anything you want to do.

Designed for your convenience, you can board a shuttle at one of 50 stops throughout town 10AM to 6PM (Monday through Sunday).

Due to continued delays with the PG&E work along Whisman Road, the Red Route Whisman Station stop will remain closed through October 15th, 2021.

The closest stops that are in service are the Gray Route Whisman Station stop and the Red Route Whisman/Middlefield stop.

Due to delays with the PG&E work along Whisman Road, the Red Route Whisman Station stop will remain closed through September 30, 2021.

The closest stops that are in service are the Gray Route Whisman Station stop and the Red Route Whisman/Middlefield stop.

The Mountain View Community Shuttle is operated by the Mountain View Transportation Management Association in partnership with the City of Mountain View and is funded by Google.

What

Five all-electric, 16-seat blue-and-white shuttle vehicles, all equipped with a wheelchair lift, space for two wheelchairs, two exterior bicycle racks, and free Wi-Fi onboard.

 

Where

A total of 50 stops, including the downtown transit center, Whisman and Middlefield roads, Rengstorff Park, and the Senior Center, form a loop around the city.

 

When

Shuttles run seven days a week: Weekdays, every 30 minutes from 10AM to 6PM. Weekends & holidays, every hour from 10AM to 6PM.

 

 

Why

To reduce the number of vehicles on the road and to provide Mountain View residents with a convenient and green way to get around town.

 

Accessibility
ADA-compliant; wheelchair accessible.

 

 

Electric Vehicles
Be green, breathe clean.

Free Wi-Fi
Free for all riders.

 

 

Bike Racks
Load your bike and come aboard!