About Mountain Transit
Mountain Transit provides Fixed Route, Off-the-Mountain (OTM), and Dial-a-Ride service throughout the rural San Bernardino Mountain communities of the Big Bear Valley, Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, and Running Springs.
Mountain Transit services are managed by Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority, a rural transit agency that was formed December of 1993 under a joint powers authority between the City of Big Bear Lake and San Bernardino County.
News and Events
Check here for the latest in Mountain Transit News and Events.
Updates on Routes, Community Events, Job Opportunities, and Emergency Alerts.
Effective 11:30am 12/29/2020 Route 3 is suspended TUESDAY, December 29 through THURSDAY, December 31, 2020 Traffic is too dense to keep a schedule. Mountain Meadows residents may use Dial-a-Ride services between 9am-5pm and pay the Fixed Route Fare. Call 909-878-5200…
***UPDATE: The Park and Ride will not be opening this season***Mountain Transit's Park and Ride Returns December 19th!See below for pertinent details: When is it open? Starting December 198am-7pmSaturday, Sunday, Holiday Mondays, and every day between Christmas and New Year’s…
Mountain Transit has completed its CEQA report and it will now be available for public viewing. You may view the CEQA report here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/eh34xjh2ruguhe1/Mountain%20Transit%20CEQA%20Addendum%20Final%20Packet%2009.01.20.pdf?dl=0 If you are having difficulties viewing the 792 page report, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.