• Free Bus Service for Laguna Seca Ticket Holders Aug. 16 & 17, 2014

    Monterey Salinas Transit (MST) will offer free bus service on all MST routes Saturday, August 16 and Sunday, August 17, 2014 for Laguna Seca Raceway ticket holders.  Those holding race event tickets may ride the bus to and from the Laguna Seca Recreational Park at no charge.

    Line 37 Seaside-Laguna Seca, Line 38 Monterey-Laguna Seca and Line 39 Salinas-Laguna Seca will operate Saturday and Sunday for this event.  MST services to Laguna Seca will not operate on Friday, August 16.  On Saturday and Sunday, all three lines will operate hourly from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Line 37 Seaside-Laguna Seca will operate from the Embassy Suites Hotel, to Fremont and Canyon Del Rey, on to Casa Verde and Fremont, and down Garden Road before completing the trip to the raceway. Line 38 Monterey-Laguna Seca provides bus service from the Monterey Conference Center, serving the Monterey Transit Plaza and the Monterey Peninsula College parking area before continuing on to the raceway. Line 39 Salinas-Laguna Seca provides bus service from the Salinas Transit Center, serving South Main Street before continuing on to the raceway.

    Line 36 Carmel-Laguna Seca will not operate during this event. Passengers may ride Line 24 from Carmel and transfer to Line 38 Laguna Seca-Monterey at the Monterey Transit Plaza.

    These bus lines are designed to make visits to Laguna Seca race events easier and more enjoyable, as well as to reduce traffic congestion. The Laguna Seca bus service conveniently boards and de-boards race fans inside the racetrack at Turn 5.

    For additional information and full bus event schedules, please visit www.mst.org or call MST toll free at 1-888-MST-BUS1.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 14, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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