Shuttle services

March 2017 service changes



Major changes will be coming to the Midday Shuttle on Monday, March 6, 2017. The Midday Shuttle will become two new routes: M1-Menlo Midday and M2-Belle Haven.

The M1-Menlo Midday Shuttle covers current Midday service from downtown Menlo Park to downtown Palo Alto, but will add service to Sharon Heights and Stanford Medical Center. The service will run Monday through Friday, from 9:30am-3:00pm.

The M2-Belle Haven Shuttle covers current Midday service from the Menlo Park Senior Center to downtown Menlo Park. The service will run Monday through Friday, from 6:30am-5:00pm.

For further details on both shuttles, please check out the map and schedule.

General information



The City of Menlo Park offers free shuttle service for local community destinations and for commuters working in business parks. All shuttles are wheelchair-accessible and have a rack that accommodate two bicycles.

The community shuttles serve local destinations in Menlo Park. The commuter shuttles serve the Marsh Road and Willow Road business parks from the Caltrain station during commute hours. For a full overview of all shuttles, check out the system route map.

With the exception of the Shoppers' Shuttle, all shuttles operate Monday through Friday. The following are schedules and maps for each individual line:

The shuttles offer connections with other regional transit agencies: Caltrain, SamTrans, Stanford Marguerite, and VTA

  1. Midday Shuttle

    Shuttle service to downtown Menlo Park, Sharon Heights, and downtown Palo Alto.

  2. Belle Haven Shuttle

    Shuttle service between Menlo Park Senior Center and downtown Menlo Park Caltrain.

  3. Marsh Road Shuttle

    Shuttle service between Menlo Park Caltrain and Marsh Rd. business parks.

  4. Willow Road Shuttle

    Shuttle service between Menlo Park Caltrain and Willow Rd. business parks.

  5. Shoppers' Shuttle

    Door-to-door shuttle service to Menlo Park and Redwood City.

Menlo Park Shuttle