Your Guide to Mission Viejo
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Connecting Mission Viejo with the MV Shuttle

Want to go around Mission Viejo for free? Hop on-board the MV Shuttle!

The city of Mission Viejo offers everyone a ride in its full-vehicle wrapped bus at no cost. You can conveniently travel anywhere, whether you’re from the Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Metrolink Station to your any key destination in Mission Viejo. It also offers its services to areas without transit service, like Felipe Road and the easterly portion of La Paz Road.

Take advantage of the colorful MV Shuttle Route 182 to get you to the different city landmarks like Norman P. Murray Community Center, Mission Viejo Library, and The Shops at Mission Viejo. The shuttle also offers a free ride to schools, such as Mission Viejo High School, Saddleback College, and Capistrano Valley High School.

Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) operates the MV Shuttle Route 182, and regularly runs about every 45 minutes from 6:30 AM to 7:00 AM, Monday through Friday. Also, the bus stops for the MV Shuttle have colorful signs to make it easier for you to notice.

To know the map and route schedules, you can check the bus times here. Or you can download the “Transit” app. With this app, you can conveniently find out when the next MV Shuttle will arrive at the stop closest to you. Learn more about this useful travel app by visiting its website, https://transitapp.com/.

The MV Shuttle is a local service that aims to provide alternative transportation for the residents of Mission Viejo. The shuttle with a full bus wrap is smaller than usual transit buses. It’s environment-friendly! The shuttle uses compressed natural gas (CNG) that produces fewer emissions than most conventionally powered vehicles.

You don’t need to spend a dollar to go around the city of Mission Viejo. Enjoy a tour around town for free with the MV Shuttle!


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