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Access Services (Los Angeles County)

A.C.E. Commuter Rail (Only in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties.)

A.C. Transit

Amtrak and Shuttles (2)

Antelope Valley Transit Authority

Arcadia Transit

Baldwin Park Transit


Beach Cities Transit (City of Redondo Beach, South Bay)

Big Blue Bus (City of San Monica)

Bishop Ranch Shuttle (City of San Ramon / CCCTA)

Breeze Bus (Santa Barbara Regional)

Burbank Bus

Caltrain Commuter Rail

Capitol Corridor and Shuttles (2)(3)

Causeway Connection (UC Davis / UCDMC)

City of Banning Transit (4)

City of Beaumont Transit System (4)

Clean Air Express (Santa Barbara Regional)

Coastal Express (VCTC) (Routes 80-89 in Santa Barbara County.)

COLT (City of Lompoc Transit) (Fixed-route services suspended; now only Dial-A-Ride.)

Commerce City Bus

Compton Renaissance Transit System

Corona Cruiser (City of Corona) (4)

County Connection (CCCTA)

Culver City Bus

Curry Public Transit (Only in Del Norte County.)

Davis Community Transit

Dumbarton Express (S.F. Bay Area)

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority

Emery-Go-Round (City of Emeryville)

FACT (Facilitating Access to Coordinated Transportation)

FAST Transit (Fairfield-Suisun) (Only in Contra Costa and Yolo Counties.)

FAX (Fresno Area Express)

Foothill Transit (San Gabriel Valley)

Glendale Beeline

G-Trans (City of Gardena)

Golden Gate Transit

Humboldt Transit Authority (All County service providers.)

Huntington Park Local Transit Bus

Imperial Valley Transit / IVTAccess / IVTMedTrans / IVTRide

Kanan Shuttle (Ventura County)

LADOT (Community Connection, Commuter Express, and DASH)

LAGoBus (LADPW, Unincorporated Los Angeles County)

Lake County Transit

La Mirada Transit

LAX FlyAway (LAWA)

Long Beach Transit

LYNX (WestCAT Transbay Service)

Marin Transit

Mendocino Transit

Metro (Los Angeles County MTA)

Metrolink Commuter Rail

Mission Bay Shuttle

Montebello Bus Lines

Monterey-Salinas Transit


Needles Area Transit (4)

North County Transit District (San Diego)

Norwalk Transit

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)

Pacific Surfliner and Shuttles (2)

Palos Verdes Peninsula Transit Authority (Only lines 225/226 are in service.)

Palo Verde Valley Transit Agency (4)

Pasadena Transit

Petaluma Transit

Plumas Transit Systems

PresidiGo Shuttle

Redwood Coast Transit Authority

Riverside Transit Agency (4)


San Benito County Express

San Diego MTS

San Francisco Bay Ferry (WETA) (Only in Alameda & San Francisco Cos.) (6)

San Joaquins and Shuttles (2)

San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority

Santa Barbara MTD

Santa Clarita Transit

Santa Cruz MTD / ParaCruz

Santa Rosa City Bus

Santa Ynez Valley Transit (Fixed-route services suspended; now only Dial-A-Ride services.)

SMART Commuter Rail

SMAT (Santa Maria Area Transit)

SolTrans (Solano County)

Sonoma County Transit

South County Transit (San Luis Obispo)

Southwest Point Transit (Only in Del Norte County.)

Sunline Transit Agency (4)

Tehama County Transit (TRAX, ParaTRAX, and METS)

Tri Delta Transit (ECCTA)

Torrance Transit

Union City Transit

UNITRANS (UC Davis / City of Davis)

Victor Valley Transit Authority (4)

VTA (Santa Clara County)


West Berkeley Shuttle


Wheels (LAVTA)

Wine Country Express (Santa Barbara Regional)

Yolobus (YCTD)



Alameda (07 June-UFN) | Contra Costa (17 Apr-UFN)

Del Norte (15 May-UFN) | Humboldt (28 Apr-UFN) | Imperial (10 Apr-UFN)

Inyo (08 May-UFN) | Lake (21 May-UFN) | Los Angeles (29 May-UFN)

Marin (17 Apr-UFN) | Mendocino (28 May-UFN) | Mono (30 Apr-UFN)

Monterey (30 Apr-UFN) | Napa (07 May-UFN) | San Benito (27 Apr-UFN)

San Diego (09 June-UFN) | San Francisco (29 May-UFN)

San Mateo (19 May-UFN) | Santa Barbara (26 May-30 June)

Santa Clara (04 May-UFN) | Santa Cruz  (24 Apr-UFN)

Sierra (01 May-UFN) | Sonoma (06 June-UFN) | Sutter (04 May-UFN)

Yolo (27 Apr-UFN) | Yuba (04 May-UFN) | (07)

(1) As of 19 June, face-covering mandates are established in 25/58 California counties

(43%, pictured right), protecting a total of 23,031,142 Californians (57% of 40,129,160).

(2) Effective 11 May, Capitol Corridor, Pacific Surfliner, San Joaquins, and all other Amtrak

services (trains AND shuttles) require face coverings for service.

(3) Capitol Corridor has suspended Emeryville to San Francisco (Route 99) and San Jose

to Santa Barbara (Route 21) shuttle services.  For San Francisco connecting service from

the East Bay, please transfer to BART at the Richmond or Coliseum stations. For service

south of San Jose, please utilize the Coast Starlight, or other private shuttles.

(4) Despite rising infections and deaths, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino County's

Public Health Officers have rescinded their County Health Order / face-covering mandate.

Regardless of the rescission, CalGreen applauds the Orange County Transportation

Authority (OCTA), Needles Area Transit (San Bernardino), and ALL Riverside County public

transit systems, for continuing to require face coverings. Plumas County's 13 May amended

health order no longer requires enforcement of its 08 May face-covering requirement; because of this, CalGreen considers the County's face-covering mandate to have been rescinded.  However, CalGreen applauds Plumas Transit Systems for still requiring a face covering.

(5) While the transit system's county has not mandated face coverings, the transit system itself requires face coverings for service.

(6) Until further notice, San Francisco Bay Ferry has suspended service to the Harbor Bay, Richmond, and South San Francisco stations.

(7) Countywide health orders (mandates) requiring face coverings are issued pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code, Sections 101040, 101085, 120175, and 120275, et seq.  Violations of, or failure to comply with issued County Health Orders, are a misdemeanor, punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both, and pursuant to the California Government Code Section 8665, and Penal Code Sections 069 and 148(a)(1).  Simply put, all transit systems within the twenty-two counties listed above are subject to the face-covering requirement.

CalGreen strives to provide you with the latest, most accurate, and complete information available, and we greatly appreciate your assistance in sharing any updates with us: info[at]

For information about California transit systems that have waived fare collection and/or enforcement, out of concern for COVID-19 transmission, please visit CalGreen's "Fare-Free Transit Information" webpage, updated daily.


California Department of Public Health (CDPH)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)



State of Emergency Proclamation (04 March)

Executive Order N-25-20 (12 March)

Executive Order N-33-20 (19 March)

State Public Health Order (19 March)

Executive Order N-60-20 (04 May)

State Public Health Order (07 May)

State Public Health Order Mandating Face Coverings (18 June)

(All Orders combined.)

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