**Line 19 (weekend late night to Monterey), Line 25 (Salinas) & Line 26 (East Campus Shuttle) will not run this Spring 2021 semester.
For fare and route information, visit mst.org/
Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) is the Monterey Bay's for regional public transit provider. Regular service extends throughout Monterey County and as far as Santa Cruz, San Jose, and Paso Robles. MST.org is the best resource for up-to-date route maps, schedules, and trip planning information. MST Rider's Guides booklets are available in various locations around campus.
Don't wait at the bus stop any longer! Use the 'Transit' app, text or call to get live information on the next approaching MST bus.
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Regular service lines
CSUMB Alumni & Visitors Center | Schoonover Park | Abrams Park | Preston Park | Marina Transit Exchange
Monterey Transit Plaza | Sand City Station | Noumea & Luzon| CSUMB Alumni & Visitors Center | Integrated Health Imjin & 4th | The Dunes | VA-DOD Clicnic| Reservation & Beach | Marina Transit Exchange
Limited service lines
Price Fitness Center | Rifle Range & Bldg 627 | Monterey Transit Plaza | Sand City Station | Gigling Rd & 7th Division PX/Commissary | 2nd Ave & The Dunes | Reservation & Beach
MST Rides provides fully accessible door-to-door transit. Riders must qualify and scheduled each ride ahead of time. Learn more about MST's ADA Paratransit service.
MST On-Call will take you anywhere in the Marina zone or to a timed transfer with one of MST’s nearby bus routes at the Marina Transit Exchange. Learn more about MST On-Call.
How it works
- Call 1-866-663-3278 at least one hour before you wish to leave.
- Schedule a pick-up time daily or weekly standing appointments for regular pick-ups for work, school or other travel needs.
- Meet us at the stop Simply board and swipe your student ID.
What is the Emergency Ride Home program?
The Emergency Ride Home Program is for commuters who use alternative transportation to get to or from work or school but worry about being stranded if there is a family emergency or if they are asked to work late. The program offers “peace of mind” to commuters by providing cost reimbursement for a taxi or rental car utilized in a work-related emergency situation. To learn how to enroll check out the Emergency Ride Home Program.