On June 28, 2021, the terminal for the M1-Crosstown shuttle will move from the Menlo Park Senior Center to the corner of Terminal Avenue and Del Norte Avenue. This temporary stop will be in service until approximately mid-2023 while the new Menlo Park Community Campus is being constructed. While the stop for the end of the line will change, the shuttle schedule remains unchanged.
Menlo Park's senior services have moved to the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center on the Civic Center campus during construction. This is a short walk from the M1-Crosstown shuttle's Menlo Park Library stop. Maps and schedules are available below.
The M1-Crosstown Shuttle is a freecommunity service route open to everyone. It runs between Belle Haven and Sharon Heights via downtown Menlo Park, downtown Palo Alto, and the Stanford Shopping Center/Stanford Medical Center area. The M1-Crosstown Shuttle operates Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m.– 6 p.m. It operates with two 20-passenger buses, which each have two spaces for wheelchairs and a rack that can accommodate two bicycles. More information can be found below in English and Spanish.
The shuttle service is funded through generous grants from the San Mateo City/County Association of Governments, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission Lifeline Program and the City of Menlo Park.
Complete shuttle stop list
The following are the stops that the M1-Crosstown Shuttle serve. Not all stops may be marked, so if you are unsure of their location please check the shuttle map or Google Maps for their approximate location.