All MVgo shuttle service is suspended due to COVID-19 and is tentatively planned to re-start on 1/4/2021.

Shuttles

Route A

Whisman, Clyde and Middlefield

Route B

Shoreline, La Avenida, Crittenden

Route C

Charleston, Garcia and San Antonio (counterclockwise loop)

Route D

San Antonio, Garcia and Charleston (clockwise loop)

MVgo’s shuttle is a fare-free public service which provides a first and last-mile transit connection from the Mountain View Transit Center to various locations throughout the city during commute hours. MVgo shuttle buses are wheelchair accessible and equipped with bike racks and real-time tracking equipment to provide riders with shuttle arrival predictions. Our shuttle runs on weekdays during the peak commute periods, with the exception of the following holidays:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Presidents Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day (4th of July)
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day (and the Friday after)
  • Christmas Eve Day
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year’s Eve (Reduced Schedule)

For Mid-day and evening connections to downtown Mountain View, check out the Mountain View Community Shuttle.

To view the location of an MVgo shuttle in real-time or to get arrival predictions, go to “Real Time Arrivals” on our homepage or download our RIDEMVGO App.

For feedback or issues relating to the real-time tracking system, please email techsupport@mvgo.org.

Did your MVgo shuttle not arrive?

MVgo will reimburse commuters up to $15 for the cost of alternative transportation when an MVgo shuttle is more than 15 minutes late or leaves more than three minutes early from a designated MVgo stop. Commuters may use any form of transportation as their “last- or first-mile” connection to and/or from the Mountain View Transit Center. Read more about our Guaranteed Last-Mile Link.