CSUSB MASS TRANSIT ALTERNATIVES
Students, faculty and staff ride for FREE on the following carriers, courtesy of CSUSB and Transportation Services:
OmniTrans - GoSmart
Providing local service to the greater San Bernardino metropolitan area. Choose your route, find your stop, swipe your card, then just sit back and relax while Transportation Services saves you money!
CSU, San Bernardino has contracted with Omnitrans to fund FREE rides on both Omnitrans bus services and the sbX Buses for students, faculty and staff. Riders must have their Coyote One Cards present with them at all times.
Omnitrans consists of 27 convenient fixed-routes. These routes provide safe, dependable, and environmentally friendly transportation throughout the San Bernardino Valley, covering 15 cities and portions of the unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County. Omnitrans has several routes that arrive directly to CSUSB at the main entrance of our campus for your convenience.
OmniTrans - OmniAccess - ADA Shared-Ride Service
OmniAccess provides ADA, curb-to-curb shared-ride service as part of their fixed route bus services. This service is available during the same operating times as OmniTran's regular bus service. Membership approval is required by OmniTrans prior to utilizing this service, additional information and sign up instructions are available here:
After signing up with OmniAccess, please contact Parking and Transportation Services to receive your free tickets:
- Email: email@example.com
- Call: 909-537-5912
Victor Valley Transit Authority - Howling XPress
Bringing Victorville, Hesperia and the High Desert area right to CSUSB! Featuring commuter routes directly to CSUSB, as well as local service throughout the High Desert. Hop on board without spending a dime!
CSU, San Bernardino has contracted with Victor Valley Transit Agency to fund FREE rides on all VVTA bus services for CSUSB students, faculty and staff. Riders must have their Coyote One Cards present with them at all times. VVTA's B-V Link bus route conveniently travels from the High Desert Area directly to the CSUSB campus and then on to several other stops around the Inland Empire.
VVTA consists of 32 convenient fixed-routes. These routes provide safe, dependable, and environmentally friendly transportation throughout the High Desert Area, covering multiple cities including Victorville, Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lucerne Valley, Barstow, Hesperia, Oak Hills, and more!
Sunline - 10 Commuter Link and HAUL Pass
Your connection between CSUSB San Bernardino and Palm Desert Campuses, as well as the Coachella Valley. Ride in style and let Sunline do the driving! Featuring onboard power outlets and USB ports, to charge your phone as well as FREE WIFI!
CSU, San Bernardino has contracted with Sunline Transit Agency to fund a weekday service, Monday through Friday, that enables riders traveling to and from the Coachella Valley. Riders must have their Coyote One Cards present with them at all times. The roundtrip regional route, created in partnership with California State University San Bernardino, has a westbound schedule that begins at 5:20 a.m. and an eastbound schedule that begins at 8:45 a.m.
This 92 mile route begins with two stops in the Coachella Valley at the SunLine Indio facility and the Palm Desert campus. At the Beaumont bus stop, passengers will be able access buses connecting to Cabazon, UCR, Kaiser Hospital, VA Hospital, Loma Linda Medical Center, and numerous destinations served by Riverside Transit Agency, Beaumont Transit, and Banning Transit. The route continues, stopping at CSUSB 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.
- 10 Commuter Link - Service between CSUSB and PDC
- Routes and Schedules
- Rider Information and Policies
- System Map
- For Rail (Metrolink) information please visit Metrolink.
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