Route 4 between Running Springs and Lake Arrowhead HAS NEW STOPS in Arrowbear and Lake Arrowhead! See new schedule!
COVID-19 emergency service plan is still in effect. Mountain Transit continues to provide essential transit service. Face coverings are required to ride, and contactless mobile fare payment is strongly recommended. If you’re unable to practice social distancing, we advise waiting for the next bus. Thank you for your understanding.
Effective 12/14/2020, Route 5 service has temporarily been reduced to Fridays only until further notice.

Road Conditions and Alerts

Emergency Advisory

During an emergency (i.e., Fire, Earthquake, etc.), Mountain Transit is under the authority of the Sheriff and/or Fire Department. Mountain Transit does not coordinate evacuations. Residents are advised to listen to KBHR (93.3) radio for information regarding evacuations and updates during incidents. It is recommended that mountain residents keep a battery operated radio on hand to be used during emergencies.

Route 5 Service Update

  Effective Date: 12/12/2020

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  Route 5 Service Update

  Effective Date : 12/12/2020

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Route 5 service has temporarily been reduced to Fridays only until further notice.

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Route 4 Service Update

  Effective Date: 11/23/2020

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  Route 4 Service Update

  Effective Date : 11/23/2020

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Route 4 service is now Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Service hours are now 8:20 AM to 4:36 PM. Route 4 will now begin in Arrowbear (at Blondie’s Restaurant) instead of Lake Arrowhead. Route 4 drivers can make courtesy stops along the route.

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