Service on the new M1-Crosstown Shuttle will begin on Monday, November 9, 2020. The M1-Crosstown Shuttle renames the current M2-Belle Haven Shuttle, along with extending it to Palo Alto and Sharon Heights.
The M1-Crosstown Shuttle is a freecommunity service route open to everyone. It runs between Belle Haven and Sharon Heights via downtown Menlo Park, downtown Palo Alto, and the Stanford Shopping Center/Stanford Medical Center area. The M1-Crosstown Shuttle operates Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.– 6 p.m. It operates with two 20-passenger buses, which each have two spaces for wheelchairs and a rack that can accommodate two bicycles. More information can be found below in English and Spanish.
The shuttle service is funded through generous grants from the San Mateo City/County Association of Governments, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Lifeline Program and the City of Menlo Park.
Complete shuttle stop list
The following are the stops that the M1-Crosstown Shuttle serve. Not all stops may be marked, so if you are unsure of their location please check the shuttle map or Google Maps for their approximate location.