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Marguerite Shuttle

Marguerite is Stanford’s free public shuttle service, which travels around campus and connects to nearby transit, shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Stop #126 (El Camino Real @ California Ave.) temporary closure starts Monday, Apr. 25

1050 Arastradero Research Park Shopping Express Please use the temporary stop on El Camino Real at Sherman Ave. as shown on our Stop #126 closure flyer (PDF, 162 KB)

Line S revised A.M. schedule starts Monday, Apr. 25

Line S Line S schedule effective 4/25/2016 accommodates the 8:22 a.m. southbound train.

Marguerite pages

Real-time information

  • New Live Shuttle Map under construction. Scheduled to be available early June 2016.

Marguerite at a glance

  • Marguerite is free and open to the public – no ID required
  • The main shuttle lines traverse the campus Monday - Friday all year (except university holidays)
  • Evening and weekend service from mid-September to mid-June with Lines N, O, OCA, and Shopping Express
  • All buses are wheelchair-accessible & have bike racks

Features

New Live Shuttle Map under construction

Scheduled to be available early June 2016

Charter Services

Rent a Marguerite shuttle or other vehicle for your event or group at low cost.

Lost and found items

Call the dispatch center: (650) 724-4309. Unclaimed items donated after 30 days.

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SURE Security Escorts
(725-SURE)

  • Safe, evening transportation around campus via golf carts
  • Free to Stanford community
  • Operates 7 nights a week
  • Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters only

Very Special Thanks To Our Partners!

Marguerite service to the Caltrain stations is made possible in part by generous grants from the Bay Area Air Quality Management District Transportation Fund for Clean Air and the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board.

Marguerite service to Downtown Palo Alto, the Stanford Medical Center, and the Stanford Shopping Center is made possible in part by contributions from the Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto Medical Foundation, the Stanford Shopping Center, and the Stanford Real Estate Office.