Public Transportation

A public transportation system is fundamental in promoting regional mobility, providing transportation to the meet the mobility needs of those not using personal cars, to minimize traffic congestion and air pollution caused by over reliance on single occupant vehicles. The public transportation network includes transit, intercity rail, airport passenger service and harbors in the County.

SLOCOG is committed to developing and promoting a wide variety of alternative travel modes, including bus and paratransit service, vanpools, bicycles, and walking to meet not only the needs of the transit dependent individuals but also to encourage use of alternative modes of travel by choice riders. Passenger rail options include 3 southbound trains and 1 northbound train daily, while there 14 commercial passenger flights per day from San Luis Obispo. Port San Luis and Morro Bay comprise the two working harbors in the region.


Following is reporting of 2017 Federal Transit Programming information listing detailed descriptions capital and operating projects. The listing provides: (1) overview of Revenue by Funding Source by Lead Agency and by (2) Lead Agency and Fund Type.

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