The Centennial Shuttle Program is a joint initiative of the National Park Service (NPS) and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy in celebration of the 100th year of NPS. We are very excited to have increased funding to support access to the parks and expand our community shuttle program.
This program provides free shuttle bus transportation to our local national park sites – from Alcatraz to Mori Point to the Marin Headlands. The goal of the Centennial Shuttle Program is to increase access to our national parks for local communities in which transportation is a major barrier. Through the Centennial Shuttle Program, we seek to further the mission of both NPS and the Parks Conservancy to ensure access to our national parks for ALL.
Shuttles are provided for community-based organizations in San Mateo, San Francisco, and Marin County. Shuttles are also provided in support of park programs such as Healthy Parks, Healthy People and our partnership with the San Francisco Public Library’s summer reading program.
If individuals or smaller groups would like to participate, please contact us. We can provide you with other transportation options or connect you with the right program based on your interests.
Community Shuttle program photos:
¿Qué significan los Parques Nacionales de Golden Gate a ustedes?:
Video asks "What do the parks mean to you?" in Spanish.
Video about the Community Shuttle program:
Several shuttle services offer public transportation to and from our parks.