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Santa Clarita Transit Summer Beach BusBeginning Saturday, June 3, Santa Clarita residents can board Santa Clarita Transit’s Summer Beach Bus to travel to Santa Monica Beach on Saturdays and Sundays.

Santa Clarita Transit once again offers the popular service which allows residents to ride to the beach with ease on one of the city’s comfortable, air-conditioned commuter express buses. The Summer Beach Bus runs through Sunday, September 3.

Fares are $3 each way for children and adults and $1.50 each way for senior citizens and persons with disabilities. Riders may pay using stored value on their TAP card or in exact cash; monthly passes will not be accepted.

Buses will depart at approximately 8:40 a.m. and return at 4:30 p.m., ensuring a full day of beach activities without the stress of freeway driving and finding parking.

Two bus routes will depart on each Saturday and Sunday from various stops in Santa Clarita and take residents to the Santa Monica Pier.

Shuttle departure stops include Canyon Country Park, Soledad Canyon Road and Solamint Drive, Soledad Canyon Road and Shangri-La Drive, the Via Princessa Metrolink Station, McBean Regional Transit Center, Railroad Avenue and 15th Street, the Newhall Metrolink Station, Newhall Avenue and Valle Del Oro, and Newhall Avenue and Sierra Highway.

Beach-goers may take their beach chairs, coolers and surfboards.

For more information on Summer Beach Bus routes and times, visit SantaClaritaTransit.com.

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18 Comments

  1. Gabriella Ramírez, Gabriel Grajeda, Rosendo Magana, Izzy Williams

  2. Omg!! Joselyn De Jesus Juana De Jesus Jonathan Enriquez

  3. Becky Flores Becky Flores says:

    Stephanie Hovsepian well this is fun!

  4. Adrian Pena Adrian Pena says:

    We should do this Alonso Vidrio

  5. Alicia #nodrivingstress

  6. Bricenia Rosas 😍😍😍 sounds like fun

  7. Lisett look we need to go this yr !!

  8. Melissa Parsons Barnes Savanna Claiborne Alexis Claiborne this is pretty cool!

  9. TracyTobler says:

    Why would you take people to one of the most polluted beaches in California? https://healthebay.org/95-of-beaches-get-a-or-b-grade-in-annual-report/

  10. Grace Lemos says:

    What age is considered to be a senior citizen.

  11. Grace Lemos says:

    What age is considered a senior citizen?

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