Announcement: Ride the shuttle and take a self guided tour - click here for a history guide(PDF, 693KB)!
Two new accessible shuttle buses are now on the road to meet the growing transportation needs within Alameda. With two buses in service, riders need not wait more than 30 minutes for a shuttle at each designated shuttle stop.
The two buses run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There are three shuttle routes that provide access to major shopping destinations and medical facilities including:
West Loop (between Alameda Landing and downtown Alameda), leaving the Anne B. Diament Senior Plaza at 920 Park Street and the Target Store on the hour and half past the hour
Tuesday Schedule - Click Here(PDF, 2MB)
in Chinese 西环 (星期二）班车时刻表 - Click Here(PDF, 278KB)
in Spanish - Ruta Oeste (El Horario del Martes) - Click Here(PDF, 811KB)
East Loop (between Bay Farm Island, downtown Alameda and Mastick Senior Center), leaving the Waters Edge Lodge at 801 Island Drive on the hour and half past the hour
Wednesday Schedule - Click Here(PDF, 2MB)
in Chinese 东环 (星期三) 班车时刻表 - Click Here(PDF, 279KB)
in Spanish - Ruta Oriente (El horario del Miércoles) - Click Here(PDF, 828KB)
Central Loop (between downtown Alameda, Shore Line Drive and Bridgeside Center), leaving the Anne B. Diament Senior Plaza at 920 Park Street on the hour and half past the hour
Thursday Schedule - Click Here(PDF, 158KB)
in Chinese 中环 (星期四）班车时刻表 - Click Here(PDF, 278KB)
in Spanish - Ruta Central (El horario del Jueves) - Click Here(PDF, 829KB)
While each day’s route covers a different area of Alameda, all routes stop at these common destinations: Alameda Hospital, Alameda Main Library, Alameda Theater, Kaiser Permanente, Mastick Senior Center, South Shore Center at Trader Joe’s / Safeway.
The service is open to all, and provides preferential seating for seniors and people with disabilities. Riders are encouraged to board the shuttles at the designated shuttle stops and to explore Alameda. Shuttle drivers can assist riders with boarding and exiting the shuttle, securing wheelchairs and carrying up to five bags of groceries or a folding shopping cart.
These shuttle services are funded by Measures B and BB transportation sales tax dollars, which are administered by the Alameda County Transportation Commission.