• MST Bus Service on Veterans Day

    Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST) will operate a “Saturday” schedule on Veterans Day, Friday, November 11, 2016. Only the following lines will be in service:

    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

    19 Del Monte Center – CSUMB via East Campus

    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

    25 CSUMB – Salinas

    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 – Santa Rita via Northridge

    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

    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

    Lines 55 Monterey-San Jose Express and 86 King City – San Jose/San Jose Airport will operate a weekday schedule.

    MST phone lines and customer service windows at The Bus Stop Shop in Monterey, Salinas Transit Center, and Marina Transit Exchange will remain open. MST’s administrative offices in Monterey will be closed, reopening Monday, November 14.


    For more information, visit www.mst.org or call Monterey-Salinas Transit toll free at 1-888-MST-BUS1.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on November 7, 2016

    Topics: Front PG News


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