Shuttle 2013: The OLD SLO Trolley will once again serve downtown
during the holiday season. For your convenience the route runs past all
three City Parking Garages. Rides are Free when you show your parking
lot ticket stub. The service begins the day after Thanksgiving and runs
through Christmas Eve - serving Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
Day celetration on Sunday April 21st: SLO Transit will provide free
shuttles on the Double Deck bus between the Downtown Transit Center and
Cuesta College. Additionally, all rides will be free on City routes for
Two new busses: March 7, 2013.
The public is invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony March 13th.
Transit Van: Used for staff and to assist disabled passengers.
Deck Bus ridership update, 10/17/11: The numbers are in, and they
show that use of the Double Deck bus has allowed for more riders, a
significant decrease in riders-left-behind, and a decrease in pollution
Visit our FaceBook page for photos of the
double deck bus that began running on Routes 4 and 5, September 8, 2010.
"Microsurfacing": Street resurfacing using Measure Y funding impacts
bus routes during work period.
Measure Y Funds
Use: Check here for City improvements coming summer 2011, funded by
Measure Y, your 1/2 cent sales tax at work.
Double Deck Buses
in Snohomish County, WA, replace longer articulated buses. The new
busses serve more passengers, require less maintenance, and use less
fuel than the busses they are replacing.
Information Service - SLO Regional Rideshare has launched a free
service providing traffic information and trip planning information.
Volunteers - SLO Transit is looking for enthusiastic, "seasoned",
transit riders, to serve as volunteers helping new senior and disabled
riders become comfortable finding their way around San Luis Obispo by
- San Luis Obispo Transit (SLO Transit) to offer training for new senior
and disabled bus passengers wishing to become more mobile.
2014 Unmet Transit Needs:
SLOCOG (San Luis Obispo Council of Governments) is soliciting input
for unmet transit, bicycling, and pedestrian needs. Input is due to them
by February 12th, 2014.
Transit - Facts and Figures: This report presents a Service
Overview, Annual Performance Indicators, Ridership Statistics, Annual
Costs and Revenues, along with additional information.
The Public is invited to
meetings of the Mass Transportation Committee (MTC).
recommendations and input to the City Council regarding transit related
activities. They meet the second Wednesday of every odd month (January,
March, May, July, September, November). For more information and current
agendas, select link above.
Passenger Code of
Double Deck Bus, FAQ's
Policy / Pets
Transportation Options in SLO - This is a rider training program for
new transit riders who are seniors or disabled.
Transportation Options Brochure