Morro Bay Call-A-Ride - Year-round advanced scheduled curb to curb service within 3/4 of a mile of the fixed route
Morro Bay Trolley - Seasonal general public fixed route trolley service operating in the Downtown and waterfront areas.
Youth Ride Free - June 11 through August 14, 2022
Summer is around the corner and that means Youth Ride Free is back. During the summer months, K-12 students can ride fixed-route transit buses in San Luis Obispo County for free. No pass required. Students simply present their student ID to the driver when boarding the bus (for younger students not issued an ID, this will not apply). Regular fares apply to all Runabout, Morro Bay Trolley, and Dial-A-Ride or Call-A-Ride services.
The City's Transit Hub project at City Park kicked off in September 2021. This project will involve various improvements to the City Park transit stop that is used by Morro Bay Transit and SLO Regional Transit Authority, including such items as:
Replacement of the shelter that was constructed in the early 1980's
ADA upgrades to sidewalks and curb ramps
Solid waste containers decorated by local artists
Digital route map and scheduling
The City's consultant, Cannon, presented an brief overview of project improvements at the 10/20/21 joint meeting of the Public Works Advisory Board and Recreation & Parks Commission and received input on some of the design elements relating to shelter, lighting, and fencing options.
For questions about the project, please contact Public Works Management Analyst, Janeen Burlingame, via email.
RIDER ALERT - 4/19/22
The TSA mask mandate was rescinded on April 16, 2022. The Federal Transit Administration no longer mandates that masks be worn on public transportation. Morro Bay Transit recommends wearing a mask, especially if you are unvaccinated. The safety, health and well-being of our drivers, staff, riders, and the community is a top priority for us.