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Monterey Park Spirit Bus


Monterey Park Spirit Bus

Monterey Park Spirit Bus
Slogan "..the local way to go!"
Parent City of Monterey Park
Headquarters 320 West Newmark Avenue
Locale Monterey Park, California
Service type bus service, paratransit
Routes 5
Lounge the best transportation
Website Spirit Bus

The Monterey Park Spirit Bus is Monterey Park, California's transportation service, providing local routes that serve the need of those commuting within the city itself or who plan on using the bus to connect with rail service to Los Angeles or surrounding suburbs. The bus lines compliment the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's crosstown routes through the city.

Fixed-route service

As of April 2015, Spirit Bus operates 5 local routes. Route 1 to 4 operating in loops with terminal at Monterey Park City Hall. In addition, Spirit Bus operates Route 5 connect with regional train service at CSULA on weekdays.[1][2]

Route overview

In-city service

Route Terminal Service Area Weekday Service Hours Saturday Service Hours Frequency
Route 1 City Hall Atlantic Square 6:30am - 6:30pm 9:10am - 5:45pm ~ 40
Route 2 Brightwood
Route 3 Emerson
Route 4 Pinetree Park

External service

Route Westbound Terminal Eastbound Terminal Weekday Service Hours Weekday Service Hours Frequency
Route 5
off-peak service
Cal State LA Station Atlantic Square
Atlantic Blvd. & Riggin St.
8:15am - 3:55pm
5:45pm - 6:30pm
No service ~ 30
Route 5
peak service
McCaslin Business Park
Atlas Ave. & Saturn St.§
6:30am - 8:15am
3:55pm - 5:45pm
50 - 55
§ Peak service also serves Atlantic Square.

Spirit Bus does not operate on Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day or New Year's Day; Saturday service is provided on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.[3]


Fare Type Routes 1 - 4 Route 5
One-way US$0.25 US$0.50
Local transfer Free (one per boarding) Free (one per boarding)
Other media accepted Metro pass or transfer;
EZ Transit Pass
Metro pass or transfer;
EZ Transit Pass;
Metrolink ticket or pass


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External links

  • Official website
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