Shuttle services

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Service update: Midday, Belle Haven, and Marsh Shuttles

As of January 2019, the M2-Belle Haven and M3-Marsh Road shuttles are still currently experiencing inconsistent service and the M1-Menlo Midday Shuttle is still suspended. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your patience as we work to bring the system back to its fully scheduled service.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, please note the following service disruptions and changes:

M1-Menlo Midday Route

  • Currently suspended until further notice
  • For service to downtown Palo Alto, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Stanford Medical Center, Stanford Shopping Center, and Sharon Heights, alternative service is available on the Shoppers' Shuttle.
  • Once staffing levels are stable again, service will return as a combined line with the M2-Belle Haven Shuttle to create all-day service between Sharon Heights and Belle Haven.

M2-Belle Haven Route

M3-Marsh Road Route

  • 2nd bus has been cancelled
  • Morning service only available on Runs 1, 3, 5, 7
  • Afternoon service only available on Runs 2, 4, 6
  • These runs best preserve connections with Caltrain for passengers to/from San Francisco and San Jose
  • View the M3-Marsh Road Route schedule for more details

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 are schedules and maps for each individual line:

The shuttles offer connections with other regional transit agencies: Caltrain, SamTrans, Stanford Health Care, and VTA.
Menlo Park Shuttle