Mountain View is served by various transit operators including VTA bus and light rail services, Caltrain commuter rail, MVgo shuttles and the Mountain View Community Shuttle. Information and schedules can be found at the respective agency websites:
Stanford Marguerite Shuttle (Shopping Line)
The Mountain View Community Shuttle is free for everybody. You can board a shuttle at one of 50 stops throughout town 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week. The Mountain View Community Shuttle is provided through a partnership between the City of Mountain View and Google.
MVgo shuttle services are free and open to the public. There are currently three MVgo routes serving West Bayshore, East Bayshore, East Whisman, and Mountain View Transit Center. The MVgo shuttle services are provided by the Mountain View Transportation Management Association (MTMA), which is a nonprofit organization run by businesses and landowners to reduced traffic on Mountain View streets. The City of Mountain View is a member of the eleven-member MTMA Board.
For more information visit the MVgo website.
Several agencies are implementing projects to improve the effectiveness of transit services at the state and regional level. See Transit Projects for additional information.
The City is also undertaking a study on transit and shuttle services in Mountain View, which you can find here.