Dana Point Free Daily Summer Trolley Guide Saturday August 6 2022.
Dana Point Trolley Summer 2022 Highlights
Trolleys and Harbor Shuttles every 15 minutes
Regional Hub For South Orange County Coastal Cities
Dana Point Trolley Shuttle Tracker
Dana Point Trolley Summer 2022 Schedule
Dana Point Trolley Start Date: Friday May 27 2022 thru Monday September 5 2022
Monday thru Thursday (12:00pm-9:00pm)
Holidays (10:00am-8:30pm) (Labor Day)
Dana Point Trolley Connections
Laguna Beach Daily Coastal Trolley
Connection at Salt Creek Beach/Ritz Carlton.
Laguna Beach Weekend Summer Breeze
Saturdays and Sundays at 10:00am-11:30pm (Start Date TBA)
Laguna Beach Transit Station thru Laguna Canyon Road to Laguna Beach Festivals and to U Mass Global Park and Ride
Laguna Niguel Weekend Trolley
Trolleys every 20 minutes on Thursdays thru Sundays.
Connection at Salt Creek Beach/Ritz Carlton
San Juan Capistrano Weekend Trolley
SJC Trolley Service is on Weekends on Friday June 3 2022 thru Monday September 5 2022 (Labor Day).
SJC Trolley is Fridays thru Sundays and runs every 20 minutes.
San Juan Capistrano Trolley Connects to Dana Point Trolley at Del Obispo and Stonehill in Dana Point
(San Juan Capistrano Trolley connects with Amtrak and Metrolink)
San Clemente Daily Summer Trolley
Dana Point Trolley Connects to San Clemente Trolley at Camino De Estrella at Calle Verano (DP Trolley Stop #11)
Riders can transfer between the two routes at the Outlets at San Clemente (Trolley Stop #9)
(San Clemente Trolley connects with Amtrak at San Clemente Pier)
Dana Point Trolley Shuttle Tracker Is Online
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Dana Point Trolley Best Health Practices
Hand Sanitizer Dispensers (touchless) will be available on each trolley for riders to use before and after riding the trolley.
Personal hand sanitizer bottles (1 oz. sizes) will be available upon request. (free of charge)
Trolleys Are Open Air
Dana Point Sustainability Solutions 2022
The City must sustain its ridership counts to retain grant funding that helps pay for much of the Trolley costs.
Dana Point needs everyone’s help to keep the PCH Trolley program running strong for years to come by hopping onboard during the weekdays and the weekends.