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Anaheim Shuttle (service ending on May 18, 2018)

Due to consistent under-capacity ridership, it has become cost-prohibitive to continue to operate the Anaheim Shuttle route. Even though we will be transitioning away from this service, Parking and Transportation Services has collaborated with the following groups to provide the following alternatives: 

Long Beach Transit Route 45/46

Working with Long Beach Transit, we are happy to announce the new LBT 45/46 route. This route now services the same area as the Anaheim Shuttle, however, the LBT 45/46 will provide service to CSULB more frequently (every 10 min) and will offer more locations for pick-up along Anaheim Street. Please stop by the Cashiers Office in Brotman Hall (BH-148) to enroll in the U-Pass TAP program and take advantage of free TAP services.

Long Beach Bike Share

In addition to the new Long Beach Transit service, there are also two convenient Long Beach Bike Share hubs within the Zaferia area including Anaheim St. /Termino Ave. and 10th St. /Grand Avenue. CSULB students can sign-up for Bike Share memberships at $7.50/month, 50% off the regular rate, by following the instructions provided at CSULB Ride.


Anaheim Shuttle will discontinue operations effective May 18, 2018. Please consider one of the many other sustainable commute options available from this area including:

Long Beach Transit Route 45/46

This route now services the same area as the Anaheim Shuttle, however, the LBT 45/46 will provide service to CSULB every 10 min and have more locations for pick-up along Anaheim Street. 

Long Beach Bike Share

There are two convenient Long Beach Bike Share hubs within the Zaferia area including Anaheim St. /Termino Ave. and 10th St. /Grand Avenue. 

Los Coyotes

The Los Coyotes Shuttle has returned to picking up and dropping off at the West Campus Turnaround. Off-campus stops have been merged into a single stop at Garford St./Park increase shuttle frequency. Los Coyotes will also now incorporate higher-capacity shuttles in order to accommodate additional riders. Shuttles arrive every 10 minutes or less during peak hours (7:15 a.m.-8 p.m.).

CSULB provides an off-campus shuttle service to the high-density student area located near Los Coyotes Diagonal and Stearns Street. This area has been identified as being without easy, direct access to Long Beach Transit bus service to campus. The purpose of this shuttle service is to further promote sustainability and reduce personal vehicle trips to campus. Campus shuttles are FREE to all currently enrolled students, as well as faculty and staff members with valid CSULB ID.

Offsite Shuttle Los Coyotes

Monday-Thursday, 7:15 a.m.-11 p.m.

7:15 a.m.-8 p.m.: Every 10 minutes
8 p.m.-11 p.m.: Every 15 minutes


A- Garford St./Park Ave.
B- Brotman Hall (CSULB)

Los Coyotes route map

All Campus Tripper 

Monday-Thursday, 7 p.m.-12 a.m.
Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

The All Campus Tripper arrives every 15 minutes and travels in a clockwise loop around the entire campus when the East/West Loop shuttles are not in operation. Visit for maps and real-time shuttle location updates.

All Campus Tripper shuttle map

East Loop

Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Please visit to find maps and real-time information about the All Campus Tripper. Additional information is also available on the CSULB mobile app

West Loop

Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. 

Please visit to find maps and real-time information about the All Campus Tripper. Additional information is also available on the CSULB mobile app


Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m.-12 a.m.
Friday, 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

7 a.m.-4 p.m.: Every 15 minutes
4 p.m.-7 p.m.: Every 20 minutes
After 7 p.m.: Every 40 minutes

Visit for maps and real-time shuttle location updates.

Priority seating is given to Beachside residents with the Beachside ID sticker.

Additional Shuttle Info

All shuttles operate during fall and spring semesters only. Shuttles do not operate during summer session or on days when the university is closed. Shuttle time estimates may be slightly delayed during times of severe traffic or adverse weather.

Real-time GPS tracking of the shuttle locations and occupancy levels can be found on CSULB Mobile App under Transportation or by visiting

The 24-Hour Shuttle Hotline is 562.888.2497.

All shuttles are free of charge.  Shuttle riders are required to present their CSULB ID card when boarding any campus shuttle. This requirement is designed to increase passenger safety as well as maximize the capacity of the shuttles during times of peak travel. The CSULB ID card requirement applies to both on-campus and off-campus shuttles.

CSULB shuttles run on compressed natural gas, which produces 30% less emissions than standard diesel fuel.

Shuttle Advertising Program

Advertising space is available inside the campus shuttles at competitive rates. For pricing and scheduling information, please review the CSULB Shuttle Media Kit [PDF].