Shuttle services

November 2020 service updates


Effective November 9, 2020, the M2-Belle Haven shuttle will be renamed as the M1-Crosstown shuttle and be extended to Palo Alto and Sharon Heights. There will be major changes from the current schedule, please check the new M1-Crosstown detailed map/schedule to see how you may be affected, and the M1-Crosstown shuttle webpage for a complete list of stops. 

Additionally, all other Menlo Park-operated shuttles continue to operate during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The Shoppers' Shuttle is still operating three days a week, on Tuesdays to Redwood City and Wednesdays & Saturdays to Menlo Park/Palo Alto. The M3-Marsh Road shuttle schedule and the M4-Willow Road shuttle schedule still have timed connections with Caltrain's June 2020 reduced schedule. Also due to street closures, the Hamilton Court stop on the M4-Willow Road shuttle has been permanently discontinued.

Stay informed about your shuttle ride

 

General information

The City of Menlo Park offers free shuttle service for local community destinations and for commuters working in business parks. All shuttles are wheelchair-accessible and have a rack that accommodate two bicycles.

The community shuttles serve local destinations in Menlo Park. The commuter shuttles serve the Marsh Road and Willow Road business parks from the Caltrain station during commute hours. For a full overview of all shuttles, view the shuttle system route map.

With the exception of the Shoppers' Shuttle, all shuttles operate Monday through Friday. The following links offer schedules, maps, and more information about each individual line:

The shuttles offer connections with other regional transit agencies: Caltrain, Palo Alto Crosstown Shuttle, SamTrans, Stanford Health Care Bohannon and TECH Shuttles, Stanford Marguerite Shuttle, and VTA.
Menlo Park Shuttle