Join Californians for clean air and take the Clean Air Pledge on October 4th, 2023. Take the pledge and learn more ways to participate at cleanairday.org.
Consider alternative modes of transportation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Crittenden Lane stop on MVgo Route B will be temporarily relocated from September 28, 2023 through October 9, 2023 to the Stierlin Court Roundabout.
The regular Crittenden stop location will re-open starting on October 10, 2023.
Starting on Monday, September 25, 2023, MVgo will have new schedules to correspond with new Caltrain schedules.
The Mountain View Transportation Management Association is requesting proposals from qualified shuttle operators to provide shuttle operations for the MVgo and Mountain View Community Shuttle.
Travel on Silicon Valley freeways is often challenging, and traffic congestion can result in significant travel delays. The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) is evaluating a variety of options to make travel through this corridor easier, including expanding the network of Express Lanes. We are seeking input from people who commute in Santa Clara County about their experience, and would greatly appreciate your feedback. The answers you provide in this survey will help VTA plan improvements to travel options in the Silicon Valley region. No identifying information or contact information is requested, and your responses will be used for planning purposes only.
As we all begin to emerge from the pandemic and return to our pre-pandemic way of life, the Mountain View Transportation Management Association would like to encourage commuters to consider other transportation modes, aside from driving alone, when returning to the office.
Hop on Caltrain or VTA Light Rail and avoid the stress of sitting in traffic. Relax, catch up on emails and social media, or get lost in a good book as you make your way into the office.
When you arrive at the Mountain View Transit Center, catch one of our free shuttles! The MTMA operates two shuttle programs, which are fare-free and open to the public.
Provides first and last mile connectivity to the Transit Center during the commute period between approximately 6:30 – 10:30 AM and 3:00 – 8:00 PM.
Runs 7 days a week between 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM weekdays and 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM weekends.
The MVgo and Mountain View Community Shuttles are equipped with GPS tracking equipment, which allows riders to view the location of our shuttles in real-time and provides riders with real-time arrival predictions.
To view the location of an MVgo shuttle in real-time or to get arrival predictions, use the “Real Time Arrivals” section on the MVgo.org homepage, or download the RIDEMVGO App.
Save time and money by sharing a ride with neighboring commuters! Merge is a FREE ridematching service provided by 511.org and is intended to form ongoing commuter carpools. Join 1,000s of other Bay Area commuters looking to share rides to work and earn points and rewards through the Merge ridematching platform. Learn more about Merge by checking out the FAQs then register here.
MTMA offers commuters up to $15 for reimbursement of Uber, Lyft or Taxi trips to or from the Mountain View or San Antonio Transit Centers, should the MVgo Shuttles not arrive within 15 minutes after their scheduled departure. Read more about the Guaranteed Last Mile Program.
Join Californians for clean air and take the Clean Air Pledge on October 6th, 2021!
Take the pledge and learn more ways to participate at cleanairday.org.
The MTMA has resumed MVgo shuttle services with new routes, effective July 12th, 2021.
Services will begin at reduced service levels, until ridership increases. Safety measures will be implemented in accordance with the CDC guidelines to keep our riders healthy and safe.
We are excited to resume service! Please check our website for updates.