• MST SERVICE SUSPENSION DURING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC

    EFFECTIVE MARCH 28, 2020 

    MST understands that many residents rely on our services to access essential services and employment. MST has always prided itself in providing the communities we serve with safe, reliable, efficient transportation; however, at this time, we will reduce frequency, and in some cases, suspend service on certain lines.

    The County of Monterey has issued a shelter in place emergency order, and although MST is considered an essential business and service will continue, it will be in a limited capacity.

    MST will operate on weekdays as if it were a modified Sunday schedule throughout the week with the following exceptions:

    Lines already suspended until further notice:

    47  Hartnell – Alisal Campus

    55  Monterey – San Jose Express

    70  Presidio – La Mesa

    72  Presidio – North Salinas

    74  Presidio – Toro Park

    75  Presidio – Marshall Park

    76  Presidio – Stillwell Park

    78  Presidio – Santa Cruz

    86  King City – San Jose/San Jose Airport

    MST Trolley

    Lines which are suspended until further notice effective March 28: 

    4    Carmel – Carmel Rancho

    8    Ryan Ranch – Sand City

    12  The Dunes – NPS

    14  La Mesa – NPS

    19  Del Monte Center – CSUMB via East Campus

    25  CSUMB – Salinas70   Presidio – La Mesa

    26  CSUMB – East Campus Express

    27  Watsonville – Marina

    46  Natividad – Salinas

    48  Salinas – Salinas Airport Business Center

    56  Salinas – Monterey

    Del Rey Oaks Special Service

    Lines which will continue to operate weekday schedules:

    Line 93 Ryan Ranch – Monterey

    South County On Call in Gonzales, Greenfield, King City and Soledad

    All other lines below will operate as if it were a modified Sunday schedule throughout the week and on weekends. Please note increased service to CHOMP on Lines 22 and 24. Passengers should reference the Sunday timetable on the day they ride. 

    JAZZ A Aquarium – Sand City

    JAZZ B Aquarium – Sand City

    1    Asilomar – Monterey

    2    Pacific Grove – Carmel

    3    CHOMP – Monterey

    7    Del Rey Oaks – Monterey (operates weekends only)

    11  Carmel – Sand City

    16  Marina – CSUMB

    18  Monterey – Marina

    20  Salinas – Monterey

    21  Pebble Beach – Salinas Express

    22  Big Sur – Monterey (operates three round trips and now serves CHOMP)

    23  Salinas – King City

    24  Monterey – Carmel Valley Grapevine Express (now serves CHOMP)

    28  Watsonville – Salinas via Castroville

    29  Watsonville – Salinas via Prunedale

    40  Spreckels – Alisal (operates weekends only)                                                                           

    41  Northridge – Salinas via East Alisal  

    42  Westridge – Alisal (operates weekends only)

    44  Northridge – Salinas via Westridge

    45  Northridge – Salinas via East Market

    49  Salinas – Santa Rita via Northridge

    61  Salinas – VA-DOD Clinic

    82  Fort Hunter Liggett – Salinas Express

    84  King City – Paso Robles

    85  Fort Hunter Liggett – Templeton

    91  Sand City – Pacific Meadows

    92  CHOMP – Pacific Meadows

    94  Sandy City – Carmel

    95  Williams Ranch – Northridge

    Marina OnCall

    MST staff is committed to providing service to passengers, and staying healthy ourselves in order to perform our jobs well. We will continue to take precautions to protect employees and customers from the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), and ask our passengers to do the same. Please follow CDC recommended guidelines: wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, use antibacterial hand sanitizer, and if your trip is not essential, please stay home. Let’s all do our part to keep everyone healthy.

    For more information, visit mst.org or call 1-888-MST-BUS1 (1-888-678-2871) toll free. For RealTime bus arrival information, text “Next” and your four-digit bus stop ID (example, “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 twitter.com/mst_bus for the latest service alerts.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on March 26, 2020

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