Introducing a "Trolley/Bus Tracker"
on the Official Laguna Beach Travel Info mobile application. Download this free app from iTunes, Google Play or Amazon stores.
The City of Laguna Beach operates its own transit system to meet the transportation needs of residents and visitors alike, and to reduce automobile travel and its impacts within the community.
Laguna Beach Transit provides intracommunity transportation services and augments the intercommunity services and paratransit services provided by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA). Laguna Beach Transit provides four types or modes of service within the City of Laguna Beach.
The Transit Program Service Analysis will look at ways to improve transit services to improve service levels, contain costs and consider options for revenue enhancement. Click here for more information.
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Summer Trolley Shuttle Service
The Mainline Service consists of three fixed routes operating six days a week, year round. There is no Mainline Service on Sundays. The Gray route services Top of the World, Laguna Canyon and North Laguna. The Blue route services Arch Beach Heights and Bluebird Canyon. The Red route services Downtown to Ritz Carlton and back along Coast Highway. Click here for a copy of the bus schedule and route information.
|Monday to Friday ||6:30am to 6:30pm ||Adults ||75 cents |
|Saturdays ||9:20 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. ||Seniors (65 and older or disabled) ||30 cents |
|Sundays ||No Mainline Service ||Children (under age 7, must be accompanied by a paying adult ||free |
Bus passes for Laguna Beach Transit are available at one of two locations as noted below:
(CSD) Community Services Department located at 515 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., 949-497-0716
(SQ) Community & Susi Q. Senior Center located at 380 Third Street, Laguna Beach, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 949-464-9535
- 30 day pass, unlimited rides: $30 at CSD
- 20 ride pass, no expiration: $15 at CSD or SQ
- Free Ride to Work Pass, 50 rides, for anyone who is employed in Laguna Beach at CSD
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For Seniors 65+
- 20 ride pass, no expiration: $6 at SQ or free for low income seniors at SQ
Ride the Free Trolley (Summer Shuttle Service)
The Summer Shuttle Service is a FREE three line service designed to accommodate locals and visitors who primarily come to Laguna Beach for the Pageant of the Masters, local art festivals and other day excursions during the ten week summer season. Beginning June 29 through September 2, 2012 shuttle routes operate seven days a week from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Special 4th of July holiday hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The transfer point between the North, South, and Canyon routes is at the Transit Center/Bus Depot. Service may be delayed during periods of heavy traffic. Click here for a copy of the 2014 Trolley shuttle route map. Animals must be secured in a pet carrier. For more information contact the Transit Division at (949) 497-0766.
Visit Laguna Beach in partnership with the City and Phondini Partners, launched the official Laguna Beach Travel Info mobile app on July 6, 2012. The free mobile app introduces several exciting features that enable visitors and residents to access more of the town. One popular feature is a "Trolley/Bus Tracker". Using GPS information, this app tracks the location of the free trolleys in real time. Users know when their ride will arrive and are able to navigate their way through Laguna Beach and learn about the City's tourist attractions in a convenient and interactive mobile experience. Free downloads of the app are available for iPhones, iPads and Android devices from the following app stores:
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The Canyon Route services Laguna Canyon Road/ Broadway from the Act V Parking Lot at 1900 Laguna Canyon Road to the Bus Depot at 375 Broadway with stops at the Pageant of the Masters, Art-A-Fair, and Sawdust. This route starts at 8:30 a.m. daily and runs through September 2, 2012. Frequency is every 20 minutes.
The North Route services North Coast Highway from Viejo Street to Cliff Drive along Heisler Park to the Bus Depot on Broadway. Frequency is every 20 minutes.
The South Route services South Coast Highway from the Bus Depot on Boadway continuing south to Ritz Carlton Drive where the route turns north and returns to the Bus Depot making several stops along the route. Frequency is every 20 minutes.
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Charters to private groups are provided on a rental basis at a rate of $315.00 for a minimum of 3 hours per vehicle from September to mid-June. The rate for each additional hour is $106.00. A refundable deposit of $200 is required. Click here for a copy of the application. For more information about Laguna Beach Mainline Transit, call (949) 497-0746 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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