New Year, New Commute Sweepstakes

Want to win a trip to Santa Barbara on the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner for a two night stay at the Eagle Inn?

Start the year off right with smart commute choices that keep you healthy, save you money, and reduce your footprint! Our first-ever New Year, New Commute Green Getaway Sweepstakes is here and we’ve partnered with several of our green-focused friends to offer an awesome prize package for making smart commute choices in the new year.

How to win

Step 1:

Earn $0.58 per-mile by carpooling with Waze Carpool, or walk, bike, bus, telecommute, or vanpool to work.

Step 2:

Log trips to iRideshare.org between January 2nd-February 29th and win a Green Getaway from SLO Regional Rideshare!

Prize package includes:

Make your New Year’s resolution to commute smart and you could win!

Drawing takes place March 3, 2020. All trips must be logged at iRideshare.org by 8 a.m. PST 3/2/20. San Luis Obispo County, CA residents only.

Questions? Contact us at info@rideshare.org.

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SLO Transit Updates Effective June 17 and July 1, 2019

Route Extension, Schedule Refinements, and Fare Update

SLO Transit Updates Effective June 17 and July 1, 2019

Effective Monday, June 17, SLO Transit is extending a route, refining schedules, and will begin summer service hours.

Route 1B will extend to serve the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport. This route extension, combined with the existing Route 1A, adds bus service to the airport, increasing service frequency to twice an hour on weekdays. This provides an additional commute option for employees who work near Broad and Tank Farm and supports the growing number of travelers using the airport.

There are also schedule refinements for Routes 1A, 1B, 2A, 3A, 3B, 4A and 4B. To review the Route 1B extension, schedule refinements, and summer service hours, visit slotransit.org.

Effective Monday, July 1, the discounted 31-Day Senior/Disabled Pass will be $18, per the City’s adopted fare structure (2017). Riders 65-79 years old and those with proof of disability are eligible to receive a Senior/Disabled ID card and can apply on Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. at 919 Palm Street. Senior/Disabled ID cardholders can purchase discounted single-day and multiple-day fares on SLO Transit for 50-percent or more off. Discounted passes can be purchased at the City Finance Counter (990 Palm Street) and the SLO Chamber of Commerce (895 Monterey Street).

ABOUT SLO TRANSIT

SLO Transit is the local fixed-route transit operation for the City of San Luis Obispo, operating ten vehicles at peak along eight fixed-routes within the 23 square miles of the city limits and Cal Poly. SLO Transit operates Monday to Friday approximately from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

For more information about routes, schedules, and Senior/Disabled eligibility, please contact SLO Transit by phone at 805-783-7818, by email at slotransit@slocity.org, or online at slotransit.org.