Disneyland guests who are visiting from the Riverside or San Bernadino area now have a way to bypass parking and go straight to the Disneyland Resort. This new service called CommuterLink Route 200 begins on January 14th and will offer an express route to the Disneyland Resort. Prices will be $3 each way or $75 for a 30-day pass. There are discounts for children under 46 inches tall along with seniors and disabled citizens.
The buses will be running to and from Disneyland seven days a week. The earliest will leave San Bernadino at 3:42 am on weekdays and 6:00 am on weekends. The last bus from Disneyland will leave at 9:42 pm on weekdays and 9:09 during the weekends.
CommuterLink Route 200 to Disneyland Pickup Locations:
- San Bernardino Downtown Transit Center
- Downtown Riverside at Lemon & University
- Downtown Riverside Metrolink Station
- Riverside Galleria at Tyler
- La Sierra Metrolink Station
- The Village at Orange
- Disneyland (on Harbor Blvd. near East Shuttle Way).
Cost for CommuterLink Route 200 to Disneyland:
- $3 General Boarding
- $2 for Seniors/Disabled/Veterans
- $7 for General Day Pass
- $5 for Seniors/Disabled/Veterans Day Pass
- $75 for 30 Day Pass
- $50 for Seniors/Disabled/Veterans 30 Day Pass
The trip from Riverside or San Bernadino is expected to take anywhere from 90 to 110 minutes. The buses will offer wifi and charge ports. The seats are also billed as being comfortable. All this to say, it could become a much nicer way to travel to the Disneyland Resort for a day in the parks. It could also be quite nice for cast members traveling to and from work.
This new service offered by the Riverside Transit Authority will provide a good alternative to those who do not want to deal with parking at the Disneyland Resort. Please take note of its operating schedule though as it does not run as late as many nights when the park closes later.