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.
Please be kind and respectful to all drivers and passengers, and abide by the following rules:
Until further notice, all passengers 2 years and older are required to wear appropriate face coverings in order to ride.
Buses pickup only at approved locations. Locations may be altered due to construction, weather conditions, or other safety-related issues.
Be at the stop 5 minutes before the scheduled departure time.
No eating or smoking on the bus. Drinks must be in a secured container.
No more bags than passenger can carry on at one time and place under seat or in lap (limit 4). Carry-on items may not take up additional passenger seating or be placed in the aisle.
Pets in approved pet carrier only. Passengers are limited to two pet carriers. An approved pet carrier is a device commercially manufactured and designed to secure pets.
No hazardous materials on bus.
Headphones must be worn when playing music on an individual rider’s personal device.
Use of profane language, harassment of the operator or other passengers will not be tolerated and can be cause for immediate discharge from the bus, and permanent loss of riding privileges.
Passengers who fail to comply with these rules may be denied service and/or discharged from the bus.
Personal hygiene must not affect other customers.
Have your fare ready before boarding. If paying with cash, make sure to have the exact amount, as bus drivers do not make change.
Child Ridership Policy
In order for Mountain Transit to provide safe transportation for children the following policy will be adhered to.
Children may ride the Mountain Transit Fixed Route service unaccompanied at age 10. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a responsible adult, child (14 years or older), or have written permission on file with Mountain Transit to ride, signed by the child’s parent/guardian. A responsible adult must be present at the drop-off destination. If no one is at the drop-off destination to receive the child, the proper authority will be contacted.
Children may ride the Mountain Transit Dial-a-Ride service unaccompanied at age 8 provided a responsible adult is present at the drop-off destination. Again, if no one is at the drop-off destination to receive the child, the proper authority will be contacted.
Children 5 and under may ride any Mountain Transit service free when accompanied by a fare paying rider (limit 3 children per rider).