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Utilizing Public Transit to Resupply

The most convenient locations to resupply utilizing public transit are along the US 395 corridor in the communities on Lone Pine, Big Pine, Bishop and Mammoth that are serviced by the 395, Mammoth Express and Lone Pine Express routes.  Bishop and Mammoth each have large chain grocery store along with smaller grocery and specialty shops.  Lone Pine, Big Pine have locally owned grocery stores that are well stocked for resupply needs.  Independence has a convenience store that does stock necessities.

The 395 Route also serves the communities of Lee Vining and Bridgeport where locally owned grocery store can meet your resupply needs.

Things to remember When Using Public Transportation

When utilizing public transit please keep the following in mind:

  • Service animals are permitted.
  • Animals are allowed on ESTA vehicles but they must either be caged or muzzled.
  • Racks will hold many wheel and frame sizes. Bicycles with wheels from 20 to 29 inches in diameter generally fit; recumbent and fat tire bikes do not. Please let us know if you are traveling with a bike so as to assure space.
  • The observed holidays are:¬†¬†New Year‚Äôs Day,¬†President‚Äôs Day, Memorial Day,¬†Independence Day,¬†Labor Day,¬†Veteran‚Äôs Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day After Thanksgiving and¬†Christmas Day.¬†¬†For information on whether a particular bus service will be operational on a specific holiday, please call:¬†760-872-1901.¬† Buses in Mammoth Lakes operate 365 days a years.
  • Advance Reservations¬†may be made with a credit card. ¬†The full fare will be charged at the time of sale. ¬†The reservation can be cancelled up to 24 hours before the departure for a 20% cancellation fee.
  • Cash fares are paid directly to the driver. Credit card are accepted on the 395 Routes (visa/master/discover cards).
  • Please have exact change. Change will only be made with coupons valid for payment for future travel on Eastern Sierra Transit.