Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) will operate a “Sunday” schedule on Independence Day, Wed., July 4, 2018. 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

    4    Carmel – Carmel Rancho

    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

    42  Westridge – Spreckels via East Alisal

    44  Northridge – Salinas via Westridge

    45  Northridge – Salinas via East Market

    49  Salinas – anta Rita via Northridge

    55  Monterey – San Jose Express

    61  Salinas – VA-DOD Clinic

    67  Presidio – Marina

    69  Presidio – Del Monte Center

    78  Presidio – Santa Cruz Express

    82  Fort Hunter Liggett – Salinas Express

    84  Soledad – Paso Robles

    85  Fort Hunter Liggett – Templeton

    86  King City – San Jose/San Jose Airport

    91  Sand City – Del Mesa Carmel

    92  CHOMP – Del Mesa Carmel

    94  Sand City – Carmel Rancho

    95  Williams Ranch – Northridge

    MST    On Call Marina

    MST    Trolley Monterey

    Regular service on all lines will resume Thursday, July 5. Customer service locations and phones and the 19 Upper Ragsdale Drive administration offices will be closed, reopening Thursday, July 5.

    For more information, visit www.mst.org or call MST toll free at 1-888-MST-BUS1 (1-888-678-2871). For RealTime bus arrival information, text “Next” and your four-digit bus stop ID (ex., “Next 9103”) to 25370, call 1-888-MST-BUS1 with your four-digit bus stop ID, download the free Transit App, or use Google Maps. Follow MST on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mst_bus for the latest service alerts.


    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 29, 2018

    Topics: Front PG News


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