• MST Bus Service on Independence Day Weekend

    Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) will operate a regular weekday schedule on Friday, July 3 and a “Sunday” schedule on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4, 2015. Only the following bus lines will be in service on July 4:

    JAZZ A Aquarium – Sand City via Hilby
    JAZZ B Aquarium – Sand City via Broadway
    1 Asilomar – Monterey
    2 Pacific Grove – Carmel
    3 CHOMP – Monterey
    7 Del Rey Oaks – Monterey
    11 Carmel – Sand City
    16 Marina – The Dunes via CSUMB
    18 Monterey – The Dunes via CSUMB
    20 Salinas – Monterey via Marina
    21 Pebble Beach – Salinas Express
    22 Big Sur – Monterey
    23 Salinas – King City
    24 Monterey – Carmel Valley Grapevine Express via Carmel
    28 Watsonville – Salinas via Castroville
    29 Watsonville – Salinas via Prunedale
    41 Northridge – Salinas via East Alisal
    44 Northridge – Salinas via Westridge
    45 Northridge – Salinas via East Market
    49 Salinas – Santa Rita via Northridge
    55 Monterey – San Jose Express
    69 Presidio – Del Monte Center
    78 Presidio – Santa Cruz Express
    81 Fort Hunter Liggett – San Jose Airport Express
    82 Fort Hunter Liggett – Salinas Express
    83 Fort Hunter Liggett – Paso Robles Express
    91 Sand City – Del Mesa Carmel
    92 CHOMP – Del Mesa Carmel
    94 Sand City – Carmel Rancho
    95 Williams Ranch – Northridge
    MST On Call Marina

    Regular bus service will resume Sunday, July 5.

    Customer service phone lines, MST Bus Stop Shop, Marina Transit Exchange and Salinas Transit Center information will be open Friday, July 3, however the administration office on Ryan Ranch Road will be closed, reopening on Monday, July 6.

    Also, on Saturday, July 4, the MST Trolley in Monterey will begin operating an extra hour in the evenings on weekends and holidays through Labor Day with service until 8 PM.

    For more information, visit www.mst.org or call Monterey-Salinas Transit toll free at 1-888-MST-BUS1. For the latest information on any transit service delays that may occur over the holiday, customers can follow MST on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mst_bus.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 29, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News

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