The Willow Road and Marsh Road Caltrain
shuttle service has been in operation since 1989. The shuttle
service is funded through a generous grant from the Bay Area
Air Quality Management Districts (BAAQMD) Transportation
Funds for Clean Air (TFCA), the Peninsula Joint Powers Board
(JPB), and the City of Menlo Park.
The shuttles meet 12 northbound and
southbound trains, including baby-bullet trains, in the morning
and evening. The shuttles depart the Menlo Parks Caltrain
station at 6:47 a.m. and the last departure time is 9:25 a.m..
In the late afternoon, the shuttles begin picking up passengers
at 2:32 p.m. and the last pick up heading to the Caltrain
station is at 6:15 p.m. The shuttles serve the businesses
parks to the west and east of Highway 101.
To view the schedules and maps, please
use the Marsh
Road or Willow
Road shuttle link. To view the Caltrain schedule go to:
Park Midday Shuttle is a free community service route open
to the general public. The shuttle is a popular service, particularly
for seniors. Key stops include: Menlo Park Library, Belle
Haven library, Menlo Park Senior Center, downtown Menlo Park,
Caltrain, Menlo Medical Clinic, Safeway, Little House, Stanford
Shopping Center, and Stanford Medical Center. The shuttle
picks up riders at most senior residences in the downtown
area, including Glenwood Inn, Crane Place, and Partridge/Kennedy;
as well as making a number of stops along the route. It operates
on an hourly schedule Monday-Friday, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
is a 20-passenger bus with two spaces available for wheelchairs.
The shuttle stops at all SamTrans stops. It is also a flag
down service for the convenience of the passengers.
Shuttle schedule and map
maybe viewed online, or if youd like a paper copy of
the schedule and map, please call the Menlo Park Transportation
Division at: 650.330.6770
Do you no longer feel comfortable
driving? Have you given up driving but have found it difficult
to run errands without depending on others? Do you need a
ride to the grocery store, pharmacy, the library, Little House
or other Menlo Park destinations?
The City of Menlo Park has a very
special program called the Shoppers' Shuttle.
This FREE service is designed for seniors who do not have
easy access to public transportation. The shuttles stops
include: Sharon Heights Safeway, downtown Menlo Park, and
Stanford Shopping Center.
Every Wednesday and Saturday, the shuttle will
pick you up at your home starting at 9:30 a.m. For
the return trip home, the shuttle will pick up passengers
starting at 12 noon and again at 1:00 p.m.
The shuttle is a 20-passenger vehicle
that includes two spaces for wheelchairs and can comfortably
accommodate walkers. The shuttle also has a lift for those
who have difficulty climbing stairs. Our bus driver,
who has received outstanding reviews for his helpful manner
and kind nature, is ready to assist passengers with walkers
For more information
about the Shoppers Shuttle program, call
Transportation Department at (650) 330-6770.