Free Big Bear Trolley
Mountain Transit’s new Free Big Bear Trolley service is now open! This transportation system is designed for both locals and visitors. The trolleys help eliminate traffic congestion in the valley by providing an easy way to navigate around town without having your own vehicle during those busy winter or summer seasons when parking becomes scarce. We encourage everyone with accessibility concerns about leaving their car at home (or rental) so they can hop aboard one of three specially designated routes that provide quick transit between destinations such as restaurants grocery stores retail outlets – all while saving money.
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CURRENT CLOSURE on the RED LINE
Temporary Route Closure Beginning August 8th 2022 Due to road-closure Red-Line will not service the following stops:
Brownie ~ Bear Mountain ~ Sheephorn ~ Plymouth
Customers with disabilities, Seniors, and Veterans may call Dial-A-Ride. Nearest Stops, Snow Summit and Summit Blvd/Garstin.
The Red Line Trolley runs from The Village at Knickerbocker Rd to Erwin Lake and returns to each stop every 30 minutes.
The Blue Line runs from Veterans Park to Willow Landing Rd/Blue Jay Rd and returns to each stop 30 minutes.
The Gold Line Trolley runs from Mountain Meadows Senior Apartments to Paradise Way and returns to each stop every 60 minutes.
The trolleys are designed for both locals and visitors with accessibility concerns about leaving their car at home or Big Bear Cabin so they can hop aboard one of three specially designated routes that provide quick transit between destinations such as restaurants grocery stores retail outlets – all while saving money. We encourage everyone who wants to save time on traffic congestion or parking expenses to take advantage of these free services offered specifically for those without cars. When you’re in Big Bear use the Free Big Bear Trolley!