EOS Center Shuttle Service


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Welcome the EOS Center Shuttle Service pilot program! The shuttle service is provided by Western Eagle Shuttle and will run on days that classes are scheduled at the EOS Center during the academic year. Students have priority for reserving seats for the rest of the fall semester during the priority sign-up period  through October 18, 2019. Staff may sign up for any remaining seats after the priority period, starting on October 19, 2019. Seat reservations after October 18th will be first come, first served. The van capacity is ten (10) passengers. The trip is approximately 20 minutes. There is no cost to shuttle riders. 

You must make a reservation to ride the shuttle. Reserve your seat using the EOS Center Shuttle Service team-up calendar:

  • Go to EOS Center Shuttle Service team-up calendar
  • Click on the departure for which you’d like to sign up.  
  • Click the “Signup” button. 
  • Enter your name and email address, and click “Save.”
  • You should see your name pop into the list of riders for that departure.

Important note: if there are no riders scheduled 72 hours prior to service, we will cancel service for that day. It is important to plan ahead if you want to use this service and see it continue. If you need to cancel a reservation, please email Erin Blackwood so the seat can be opened up for someone else. 

Route A, inbound: Departs from 100 Tiburon Blvd, near Golden Gate Sotheby's (see map below) and drops off at 3150 Paradise Dr, departing at 8:45a.m., 12p.m. and 5:15p.m. (except on Mondays when it will depart at 6p.m., NOT 5:15p.m.).

Route A pick-up location:

Route B, outbound: Departs from 3150 Paradise Dr and drops off at Tiburon Blvd & Hwy 101, (map below) departing at 9:15a, 12:30p and 5:30p (except on Mondays when it will depart at 6:25p, NOT 5:30p).

Route B drop-off location:

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