Surf City USA® Shuttle
Visitors and locals are invited to explore all that Huntington Beach has to offer via the Surf City USA Shuttle! Track the shuttle with live GPS on the map above or via the Ride Systems app.
The complimentary Surf City USA Shuttle Coastal Loop runs to five stops along the coast on weekends from Saturday, May 27, 2017 to Sunday, September 3, 2017, with service from 10am to 10pm on Saturdays and 10am to 8pm on Sundays.
The complimentary Surf City USA Shuttle City Loop runs to thirteen stops throughout the city from Friday, June 30, 2017 to Sunday, October 1, 2017 on a daily basis, with weekday service ending on Friday, September 1, 2017. The shuttle runs weekdays (service ends September 1) from 10am to 10pm and weekends from 8:30am to 10pm.
Headed Downtown for the Fourth of July Celebration or the US Open of Surfing?
Find additional complimentary Surf City USA Shuttle park and ride locations and hours below for the Fourth of July Celebration and US Open of Surfing weekends!
Coastal Loop Shuttle Service
Service Dates: Saturday, May 27, 2017 - Sunday, September 3, 2017 (Saturdays and Sundays only)
Saturdays: 10am - 10pm
Sundays: 10am - 8pm
See all five stops below or download the timetable here..
Connect to the City Loop at the Downtown - 5th Street or Pacific City stops.
Downtown - 5th Street
at Shorebreak Hotel on 5th Street
Stop here for Downtown shopping, dining and entertainment on Main and 5th Streets. Enjoy direct access to the Huntington Beach Pier and Huntington City Beach. The shuttle stops on 5th Street near the Kimpton Shorbreak Hotel with Pacific Hideaway dining.
at Peter's Landing on Pacific Coast Highway and Anderson Street
Stop here for Sunset Beach hotels as well as Huntington Harbour shopping, dining and activities. The shuttle stops in the Peter’s Landing complex just off of Anderson Street.
at Pacific Coast Highway on Warner Avenue
Stop here for Bolsa Chica State Beach and concessions as well as Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, Sunset Beach South, and Huntington Harbour shopping, dining and activities. The shuttle stops at the circle on the ocean side of Pacific Coast Highway on Warner Avenue.
at Pacific View Avenue behind LOT 579
Stop here for Pacific City shopping, dining and entertainment. Also stop for Paséa Hotel & Spa and Tanner’s Dining, The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel and Shades Dining, and The Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa and Watertable Dining. The shuttle stops in the Pacific City parking lot directly behind LOT 579.
at Beach Boulevard on Atlanta Avenue
Stop here for Beach Promenade shopping and dining. The shuttle stops on Atlanta Avenue at the OCTA bus stop.
City Loop Shuttle Service
Service Dates: Friday, June 30, 2017 - Sunday, September 3, 2017 (Daily)
Weekend service continues through Sunday, October 1, 2017 (Saturdays and Sundays only)
Saturday - Sunday: 8:30am - 10pm
Monday - Friday: 10am - 10pm (service ends September 1)
See all thirteen stops below or download the timetable here.
Connect to the Coastal Loop at the PCH Transit Center or Downtown - PCH stops.
PCH Transit Center – Zone 2
on PCH (southbound) between First and Huntington Streets
Stop here for Downtown shopping, dining, and activities. Easy access to the beach, Pacific City, Downtown hotels and Jr. Lifeguard Headquarters. The shuttle stops on the southbound side of Pacific Coast Highway between First and Huntington Streets, across from Pacific City near Kokomo's. Want to switch to the Coastal Loop? Head over to the Pacific City stop!
Huntington Beach Civic Center
on Main Street (northbound)
Stop here for City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce, Huntington Beach High School and easy access to Seacliff Village Shopping Center. The Shuttle stops on the northbound side of Main Street in front of the Civic Center.
Central Park and Library
on Goldenwest Street (northbound) just after Talbert Avenue
Stop here for Central Park East, including access to the Central Library, Sports Complex, Park Bench Café, and Adventure Playground. The shuttle stops on the northbound side of Goldenwest Street, just after Talbert Avenue.
Golden West Transportation Center
on Center Avenue (Eastbound)
Stop here for Goldenwest College, the Van’s Skatepark, and The Village at Old World. Also stop for Golden West Transportation Center (GWTC) including transfer to the OCTA bus routes 25, 29, 66, and 70. The shuttle stops on the eastbound side of Center Avenue, across from the GWTC. Shuttle riders park free at the GWTC!
on Center Avenue (Eastbound) after One Pacific Plaza
Stop here to experience Bella Terra shopping, dining and entertainment. Easy access to Hotel Huntington Beach across Center Avenue. The shuttle stops on the eastbound side of Center Avenue, after One Pacific Plaza, directly behind Century Theatres.
on Beach Blvd (southbound) before Stark Drive
Stop here for access to the Comfort Suites, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Target, Total Wine, and other North Beach Blvd shopping and dining. The shuttle stops on the southbound side of Beach Blvd just before Stark Drive in front of the Union Bank.
Warner and Beach Blvd
on Warner Avenue (westbound) just after Beach Blvd
Stop here for the CVS Pharmacy, Subculture Sandwiches, Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ, Wahoo’s Fish Taco, and other dining options. The shuttle stops on the westbound side of Warner Avenue just after Beach Blvd.
Warner and Gothard
on Warner Avenue (westbound)
Stop here for Ocean View High School, Sweet Elle Cafe, Carlito’s Diner, Huntington Ramen, and other dining options. The shuttle stop is located on the westbound side of Warner Avenue.
Central Park and Senior Center
on Goldenwest Street (southbound) at Talbert Avenue
Stop here for the Senior Center and Huntington Central Park West including Equestrian Center, Shipley Nature Center, Dog Park, Kathy May’s Lakeview Café, and the Disc Golf Course. The shuttle stop is located on the southbound side of Goldenwest Street at Talbert Avenue
Huntington Beach High School
on Main Street (southbound) at Yorktown Avenue
Stop here for Huntington Beach High School, Seacliff Village Shopping Center, and access across Main Street to City Hall and the Chamber of Commerce. The shuttle stops on the southbound side of Main Street at Yorktown Avenue in front of Huntington Beach High School.
City Gym and Pool
on 17th Street (southbound) at Palm Avenue
Stop here for the City Gym and Pool, Ethel Dwyer Middle School, and Agnes L. Smith Elementary School. The shuttle stop is located on the southbound side of 17th Street at Palm Avenue.
Huntington City Beach North
on PCH (southbound) at 17th Street
Stop here for access to Huntington City Beach and Dog Beach. The shuttle stop is located on the southbound side of Pacific Coast Highway at 17th Street.
Downtown - PCH
on PCH (southbound) at Main Street
Stop here for access to Main Street, the Huntington Beach Pier and Huntington City Beach. Also easy access to 5th & PCH and Main Street shopping and dining. The shuttle stop is located on the southbound side of Pacific Coast Highway directly in front of the Huntington Beach Pier and Duke's. Want to switch to the Coastal Loop? Head over to the Downtown - 5th Street stop!
Shuttle Stop Highlights
Mama's on 39 - Classic comfort cooking
at Beach Blvd., Stop 5
Mama's on 39 is Huntington Beach's go-to spot for comfort foods & craft cocktails. Mama's is happenin' every day of the week, with weekly happy hours, daily specials and live music on the weekends! More »
Shopping, Dining and Entertainment
at Pacific City, Stop 4
Pacific City offers unique shops, an exciting collection of first-to-market restaurants and unique eateries with the most progressive menus and stunning interiors. Hang out awhile in comfortable outdoor lounges, enjoy the fire pit in the evenings, view the sunset from the deck, or linger in front of the outdoor movie screen. More »
Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve
at Bolsa Chica, Stop 3
A remarkable destination for birdwatchers and anyone who loves the outdoors, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve has five miles of trails, and over 200 species of birds. More »
Shop, Dine, Play, Stay
at Downtown - 5th and PCH, Stop 1
Just steps away from the most iconic pier and ocean views in California, 5th & PCH has it all: a boutique hotel, mouthwatering food and eclectic mix of shops that embody the authentic surfing lifestyle and culture. Your summer never ends at 5th & PCH! More »
Special Event Shuttle Service
Surf City USA Shuttle special event service and pickup locations are available for the annual Huntington Beach Fourth of July Celebration and US Open of Surfing.
Fourth of July Celebration – July 4
Park and ride shuttle service to 1st Street & Pacific View Avenue from:
OCTA Golden West Transportation Center (7301 Center Avenue) – 8 am to midnight
Huntington Beach Civic Center (2000 Main Street) – 1 pm to midnight
Complimentary shuttles will run every half hour. Last shuttle leaves downtown at 11:30 pm.
US Open of Surfing – July 29-30 and August 5-6
Park and ride shuttle service to Main & Orange Streets from:
Huntington Beach High School (1905 Main Street, enter off Utica Avenue) – 10 am to 10 pm
Edison High School (21400 Magnolia Street) – 10 am to 10 pm
Complimentary shuttles will run every half hour. Last shuttle leaves downtown at 9:30 pm.
PLUS additional special event service on August 5-6 weekend from:
Huntington Beach Civic Center (2000 Main Street) – 10 am to 7 pm
Complimentary shuttles will run every half hour. Last shuttle leaves downtown at 6:30 pm.
Regular weekend service will also be running on US Open of Surfing special event service dates. Live GPS tracking will be available for all service shuttles.
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Frequently Asked Questions
I want to ride the shuttle! Where can I park?
The best place to park free is at the Golden West Transportation Center, located on Gothard and Center Ave. Please do not leave your car parked on private property to ride the shuttle. Parking on private property, such as at a shopping center, is at your own risk and subject to towing.
Is there a cost to ride the shuttle?
The shuttle is free to both visitors and residents! Funding has been provided by an OCTA grant, Visit Huntington Beach, and the City of Huntington Beach. As long a we maintain good ridership, the shuttle will remain free to all. Encourage your family, friends, and co-workers to ride the shuttle so the program will continue to grow!
Can I bring my bike on the shuttle?
Bikes are allowed, first-come first-serve, on an outside rack on the City Loop shuttle. Bikes are not allowed on the Coastal Loop shuttle.
What can I bring on the shuttle?
Closed food and beverage containers, service animals, and skateboards are allowed on the shuttle.
Smoking and open food and beverage containers, pets, bicycles, surfboards, body boards, beach chairs, large coolers, and any other items that may block the aisles are not allowed on board. All seats are on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserving seats is not allowed. Shirts and shoes are required.
Do the shuttles have wheelchair access?
The Surf City USA Shuttle is a wheelchair accessible vehicle and can accommodate up to 1 wheelchair each.
What is the capacity of each shuttle?
The shuttle can hold up to 20 riders at a time. All seats are available on a first-come first-serve basis and cannot be reserved or held for any reason.
I left something on the shuttle. What do I do?
Contact our shuttle vendor at (213) 276-3119 in case of lost items or emergencies.