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Alley Up: New Free Alameda Point Weekend Shuttle

Pilot program to run through November 5

Check it out! Just in time for this weekend’s plethora of activities, a new free weekend shuttle around Alameda Point debuts today, Friday, August 25, and will take you around Spirits Alley and to other Alameda Point businesses as well—see route map below. The free Alley Up shuttle is a pilot program that will run through November 5.

Alameda Post - Alley Up shuttle bus
The new Alley Up shuttle bus. Photo City of Alameda/Facebook.

The shuttle supplements AC Transit Bus Line 96, connecting people from the Alameda Point ferry terminals, to Alameda Point and Spirits Alley businesses, and with Alameda Landing.

Schedule and stops

The free shuttle will run will run every 10 to 15 minutes on Fridays from noon to 8:25 p.m., on Saturdays from noon to 8:55 p.m., and on Sundays from noon to 6:15 p.m., with extended hours during special events.

The shuttle stops at the following spots:

Alameda Post - Alley Up free shuttle logo and map showing eight stops at Alameda Point
Click on map to enlarge. Courtesy City of Alameda.
  1. Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal, USS Hornet (service only on Fridays).
  2. Radium Runway, Seaplane Lagoon Promenade Park, Residential.
  3. Almanac, The Rake, Firebrand, Naval Air Museum, DOER, Bladium.
  4. SaltBreaker Restaurant, StoreHouse Lofts, Residential, Malaya.
  5. Main Street Ferry Terminal (service only on Saturdays & Sundays).
  6. St. George Spirits, Faction Brewing, Building 43 Winery.
  7. Dashe Cellars, Urban Legend.
  8. Alameda Landing, Fifth Street.

Funding

This 10-week Alley Up pilot shuttle program is funded by the Alameda Transportation Management Association (TMA) with additional money from Alameda Point residents and businesses. The City states the program is being launched to support local businesses and provide more transportation choices to and from Alameda Point. You may email [email protected] to share your feedback on the new service.

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