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Big Bear Off the Mountain (OTM) Route # 5 re-routed due to 330 closure 9/9-9/20

Effective: September 9, 2019 - September 20, 2019Affected routes: Big Bear OTM Route 5
During the hard closure of SR 330 from September 9th - 20th, 2019.to San Bernardino will be re-routed to HWY 18  (after Stop # 383 Palo Alto Way and Commercial way in Running Springs).
Route 5 OTM will still provide service to stop #399 Highland Ave & Boulder Ave (Walmart) in both directions, however, riders should be prepared for Downhill delays associated with the diversion.
For further information call Mountain Transit Dispatch at 909-878-5200.

In response to community requests, Mountain Transit has been looking at how to better meet the transportation needs for those in the Running Springs, Green Valley Lake and Arrowbear area.

SBCTA San Bernardino County Transportation Authority) with a grant from LCTOP (Low Carbon Transit Operations Program) has provided Mountain Transit with an opportunity to provide Fixed route 4 and Running Springs Dial a Ride service for free to the community from August 26 - September 30, 2019. Mountain Transit, in an effort to familiarize Running Springs residents with the current service available, as well as plan for future needs; will use this opportunity to gather data to assist in accessing any service revisions needed to meet the needs of the community more effectively. Every rider will be asked to fill out a 4 question survey EVERY time they ride free between August 26-September 30. (Time, Day of Week, Destination, and whether they are using Dial a Ride or Fixed Route 4) The survey information will be used to develop new transportation service in and around the Running Springs area. Mountain Transit would like to encourage residents to try out the service for free during this promotion from August 26 - September 30. Whether you are a regular rider or never ridden with Mountain Transit, your feedback is valuable. This free service is sponsored by SBCTA San Bernardino County Transportation Authority) with a grant from LCTOP (Low Carbon Transit Operations Program)

Due to the ongoing construction work at Grand View Towers, Mountain Transit vehicles will not be able to provide service safely to this location, until further notice.
  •  Dial a Ride passengers may be picked up or dropped off at the Senior Center in Twin Peaks, please inform the Dispatcher.
  •  Route 2 passengers will be picked up or dropped off at HWY 189 & Rose Lane (Sheriff’s Station, stop 298)
 We apologize for any inconvenience.
Posted June 16, 2019  

Rider service change alert to stop location at Interlaken Center beginning MONDAY July 29, 2019

Beginning Wednesday, July 17, 2019 the shelter at the Vons/Interlaken location will be removed from all routes. The buses will continue to provide service to this location until Monday July 29, 2019. On Monday July 29, 2019 a TEMPORARY bus stop to provide service the Interlaken Center will be located on Big Bear Blvd (near ramp which leads to Starbucks.) A notice will be posted to designate the temporary stop Location. Layover’s will temporarily be made at Mountain Transit’s facility at 41939 Fox Farm Road. Bus passes may be purchased during layovers at this facility. There are no Public bathrooms at this facility.

New temporary schedule Guides will be available on Mountain Transit’s website and on the buses on Friday July 26, 2019.