Transportation

Here are transportation resources for San Jacinto residents. Select a transportation topic from the list to see more:

 


Bus Service

RTAAlthough San Jacinto doesn't have city buses, bus transportation is available from RTA. The following RTA bus routes serve the City:

  • Route 31: Beaumont / Hemet
    Northbound to Beaumont/Banning; Southbound to the Hemet Valley Mall
    This route runs on both weekdays and weekends.
    Route 31 Schedule & Map...
     
  • Route 32: Mt. San Jacinto College / Hemet
    Northbound to Mt. San Jacinto College; Southbound to Hemet Valley Mall
    This route runs on weekdays and Saturday.
    Route 32 Schedule & Map...
     
  • Route 42: Soboba Casino / San Jacinto Stater Brothers
    Eastbound to Soboba Casino; Westbound to Stater Bros
    This route runs on weekdays and Saturday.
    Route 42 Schedule & Map...
     
  • Route 74: Mt. San Jacinto College Hemet / Perris
    Eastbound to MSJC Hemet; Westbound to Perris
    This route runs on weekdays only.
    Route 74 Schedule & Map...
     
  • Route 212: Mt. San Jacinto College / Hemet / Perris / UCR / Riverside
    Eastbound to MSJC Hemet; Westbound to Perris / UCR / Riverside Downtown Terminal
    This route runs on weekdays only.
    Commuter Link: Route 212 Schedule & Map...
     
  • Route 217: Mt. San Jacinto College / Hemet / Temecula / Escondido
    Northbound to Hemet, MSJC San Jacinto; Southbound to Temecula and
    Escondido Transit Center
    This route runs on weekdays only.
    Commuter Link: Route 217 Schedule & Map...

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Local Transportation Agencies

  • Riverside Transit Agency (RTA)
    RTA provides both local and regional services throughout the region with 38 fixed-routes, five CommuterLink routes, and Dial-A-Ride services using 231 vehicles. In the cities of Corona, Beaumont and Banning, RTA coordinates regional services with municipal transit systems. In Riverside, RTA coordinates with the city’s Riverside Special Services, which provides ADA complementary service to RTA’s fixed-route services.
  • Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC)
    RCTC plans and implements transportation and transit improvements, assists local governments with money for local streets and roads, helps smooth the way for commuters and goods movement, and ensures that everyone has access to transportation.
  • Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG)
    The Southern California Association of Governments functions as the Metropolitan Planning Organization for six counties: Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, Ventura and Imperial. SCAG researches and draws up plans for transportation, growth management, hazardous waste management, and air quality in the region.

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Public Transportation, Commuting, & Trip Planning

  • Amtrak
    http://www.amtrak.com 
    On-line reservations and ticketing; see real-time schedules, make reservations, and buy tickets.
  • Greyhound Lines
    www.greyhound.com  
    Greyhound provides bus service to 48 contiguous states. Information on fares and schedules.
  • Metrolink
    www.metrolinktrains.com  
    Southern California's commuter rail system

Commuting

Planning Your Trip

  • Automobile Club of Southern California
    AAA offers a variety of ways to satisfy all your travel needs, whether it involves getting to your destination, or where to stay when you get there.
    www.aaa-calif.com
  • Google Transit
    www.google.com/transit
    Use Google to help you plan your route using public transportation
  • Metro Information
    www.metro.net  
    Trip planner for Metro service in Los Angeles County.

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Alternative Fuel Options

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