List Of AC Transit Routes
AC Transit operates 175 bus lines throughout the East Bay, including two lines under the Broadway Shuttle name. While AC Transit administers Dumbarton Express, it transferred operation of that service to MV Transportation effective 19 December 2011. Extensive local service connects 15 cities in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties and Milpitas in Santa Clara County. Transbay service is provided to San Francisco, San Mateo County, and Palo Alto in Santa Clara County.
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