Rt. 7 – The Shadelands Shuttle Is Getting A New Look

DSCN1141-REarlier this year the property owners in the Shadelands Business Park began paying fares for everyone riding the Route 7 buses – AKA – the “Shadelands Shuttle”. In the six months since the free fare program began, the buses are getting a new look and identity.

Route 7 runs between the Pleasant Hill BART station and the Shadelands Business Park by way of Treat Blvd. and Oak Grove Rd. The service runs every 15 minutes Monday – Friday between approximately 6:30 – 10:00 AM, and 3:00 – 7:30 PM. To view the schedule and route map, click here.

9 thoughts on “Rt. 7 – The Shadelands Shuttle Is Getting A New Look

  1. I was investigating how to get to Buena Vista & Second Avenues in Walnut Creek. First, I looked at the schedule for Bus 7 (remembering it used to serve my destination) and its map of the route still shows a travel route through my destination; no stops or times were listed, nonetheless I thought there must be service. Fortunately, I looked in News and found this as I checked holiday service.
    Seriously, that ROUTE MAP attached to the schedule NEEDS TO BE UPDATED.

  2. Awful!!! Half of the time is not on time! Some of the drivers don’t even know the route, which keep changing. The app shows a bus is coming, which never appears and the time keep changing. When you call customer service they are rude and don’t know what’s going on!

    1. Thanks for the heads-up. I’ll be using this 7 line for work very soon. Is it any better these days or still pretty bad as before?

      1. I don’t know when you originally used it…the schedule was revised a couple years ago to run every 15 min. (meeting BART) during AM and PM commute hours. And it’s also free thanks to the Shadelands property owners. So if you use AClipper card, DON’T TAG IT. Here’s the Rt. 7 schedule. https://countyconnection.com/schedule/7/

    1. If you’re asking about the BART parking lot – yes, quite early. If you’re asking about the Park ‘n Ride on Mitchell Drive, not to full capacity. Hope this helps.

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