The health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff is the top priority for Cal State San Bernardino, therefore, Parking & Transportation Services will be temporarily closed to in-person services due the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak beginning Monday, March 23, 2020. Please know that our staff are working off-site and are ready to serve your needs during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Please contact either the phone number and/or email address in the ‘Contact Us’ section on this webpage.
Parking permits will not be required during daytime hours, seven days a week. Parking permits continue to be required for any vehicle parked on campus overnight and enforcement will be conducted between the hours of 10pm – 6am, seven days a week. Parking enforcement will continue at all times for disabled parking, service vehicle/other specially marked spaces, and fire zones.
10 Commuter Link Service
Currently not in service. SunLine is operating a Refueled – Level 3 service. The 10 Commuter Link will begin service on Monday, July 12, 2021.
The 10 Commuter Link is a weekday service, Monday through Friday, will allow CSUSB students, staff and faculty to travel between the Coachella Valley and San Bernardino for FREE. All you will need to do is swipe your Coyote OneCard.
This 92 mile route begins with two stops in the Coachella Valley at the SunLine Indio facility and the California State University, San Bernardino – Palm Desert campus.
At the Beaumont bus stop, passengers will be able access buses connecting to Cabazon, University of California – Riverside, Riverside University Health Center, Kaiser Hospital, VA Hospital, Loma Linda Medical Center, and numerous destinations served by Riverside Transit Agency, Beaumont Transit, and Banning Transit. The 10 Commuter Link bus stop in Beaumont also enables residents of the PASS area, San Jacinto, Hemet and Moreno Valley to travel to California State University – San Bernardino and University of California – Riverside (Palm Desert campuses), and other employment centers in Coachella Valley.
The route continues, stopping at California State University – San Bernardino main campus, and at the San Bernardino Transit Center and Metrolink station. At the San Bernandino Transit Center commuters are connected to OmniTrans and Metrolink services. This enables riders to travel from the Coachella Valley to Riverside, LA, Orange County, or beyond without ever having to drive.
Find the 10 Commuter Link to see a route map and schedule here: 10 Commuter Link Route Map & Schedule