Friday, August 7, 2020

Special Free 4th of July Shuttle – Extended Hours & Cays Service

The Free Summer Shuttle around the Village area will run extended hours on the Fourth of July, from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

The regular Metropolitan Transit System as well as the shuttle buses will operate on C Avenue via Pomona Avenue during the parade closure starting around 9 a.m. There will be stops at Tenth, Sixth and First streets. See map. 

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SPECIAL 4th OF JULY SHUTTLE FOR CAYS RESIDENTS

The City of Coronado will offer special free bus service on the Fourth of July for Cays residents. The buses will operate from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. in 30-minute intervals from the bus stop across from the Cays Fire Station to the Community Center.

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Free Summer Shuttle 2017As parking is at a premium on July 4, the City of Coronado is providing this convenient alternative for Cays residents that links to the Free Summer Shuttle.

See maps below for pick-up locations:
Community Center shuttle stop

 

About Coronado’s Free Summer Shuttle

Coronado’s free summer shuttle service offers courtesy rides to residents and visitors along its busy commercial district. The City contracts with the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System to operate the Free Summer Shuttle for Village bus service at 15-minute intervals along the existing MTS 904 route. The service offers free rides to passengers from Coronado’s civic center to the Hotel del Coronado, the beach, the Library and Spreckels Park, through the downtown and bayfront shopping and dining area to the Coronado Ferry Landing and Marriott Coronado Island Resort and back. 

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