Airport Transit and Share Ride Transportation
Caltrain operates weekday trains between San Francisco
and San Jose, with commute-hour service to Gilroy.
Weekend service is offered from San Francisco to San
Is a program of the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments. Commute Alternatives is partnering with the Kings County Area Public Transit Agency to provide a vanpooling service at a reduced cost to qualifying individuals. Commutes that start or end in Monterey or San Benito counties are eligible. Commute Alternatives, the rideshare program of Monterey County, promotes the use of sustainable transportation options as a daily commute choice. The program assists individuals who live or work in Monterey County in finding an alternative to driving alone. Commute Alternatives also partners with employers to help them develop and implement alternative commute programs for their employees.
Greyhound Bus Line
Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST)
MST’s 50 routes provide service primarily in the Monterey Peninsula jurisdictions and in the Salinas Valley. Intercity service is provided via Highway 68 and Highway 1 between these two urban areas of Monterey County. In addition, intercity routes connect MST with the Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District at their Transit Center in Watsonville. Further, MST provides rural transit service to Carmel Valley and seasonal service to Big Sur, and along the Monterey waterfront (The MST Trolley).
Transportation Agency for Monterey County
Monterey County Communities:
San Benito County Express
Provides public transportation service to the communities of Hollister, San Juan Bautista, and Gilroy. County Express also operates a complementary Dial-A-Ride service, as well as an intercounty service to Gilroys Caltrain and Greyhound Stations, and Gavilan College with connecting service to the Santa Clara VTA bus system.
San Benito County Rideshare
Provides information on carpool, vanpool, transit, telework, bicycle, and walking in San Benito County and surrounding areas.
San Benito County Communities:
Santa Cruz Countys only full-service Commuter Help Desk. For over 30 years, the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission has offered services through Commute Solutions to help people navigate and use the local transportation system to access the things they need.
Is a local program, it is called RideSurance because that commuters using green, sustainable commute options such as carpooling, vanpooling, transit, bicycling, and walking, will have assurance that you the still get home quickly in the event of an unforeseen emergency. Created in partnership with Ecology Action, Santa Cruz Regional Transportation Commission, and other organizations.
Santa Cruz Metro
Serves the cities of Santa Cruz, Capitola, Watsonville, and Scotts Valley, as well as the unincorporated areas of Aptos, Soquel, Live Oak, Bonny Doon, Davenport, and the San Lorenzo Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Metro operates Amtrak Highway 17 Express Commuter Service in cooperation with other transit agencies connecting you to locations in downtown San Jose, as well as Bay Area Transit Systems.
Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission
Offers information on commute, transit, highways and bicycling in Santa Cruz Region
Santa Cruz County Communities: