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MOUNTAIN TRANSIT SEEKING MEMBER-AT-LARGE BOARD POSITION

The Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority (Mountain Transit) provides public transportation for the local mountain communities. Mountain Transit’s Board of Directors is comprised of two City Council Members from the City of Big Bear Lake, two County Supervisors representing Districts 2 and 3 or their designee, and one Member-at-Large representing the local mountain communities. Mountain

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3/22/2018 Big Bear Off the Mountain route diverted due to rock slides

Due rock slides and the Caltrans road closure of State Route 18 (SR 18) between Snow Valley Ski Resort and Big Bear Dam, Mountain Transit’s Big Bear Off-the-Mountain (OTM 2) from San Bernardino was re-routed to highway 38 and will be arriving late to the Sandalwood Drive stop (behind Vons). Big Bear Off-the-Mountain (OTM 3)

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New Big Bear Off the Mountain Route 13 begins March 1, 2018!

The NEW Big Bear OTM 13 will provide access to Major Shopping Centers, Medical Appointments, Employment Opportunities, Victor Valley College, SB County Courthouse in Victorville and Victor Valley Transit Center. To Download a printable Schedule click here: BIG BEAR- LUCERNE – APPLE VALLEY – VICTORVILLE Stop ID# DOWNHILL Monday through Friday Big Bear – Zone

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Mountain Transit to Introduce Route Improvements

Big Bear, California – November 7, 2017– Mountain Transit is introducing changes to service in an effort to provide additional routes, shorter trips and more frequency on routes throughout the Big Bear Valley starting Monday November 13, 2017. Sandy Benson, Assistant General Manager of Mountain Transit explained, “These changes come from listening to our customers and

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Mountaintransit.org Gets Realtime Maps and a New Look

The Mountain Transit website still contains up-to-date route and schedule information, trip planning, and agency information, however routes now feature interactive, real-time maps from DoubleMap so you can track your bus and see estimated arrival times for all stops. Check out any route to see this feature in action. When a route is currently in-service,

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