SunLine Transit Agency knows how important effective transportation can be for residents of Indio who need to commute outside the Coachella Valley. That’s why they are thrilled to announce that on Monday, July 12, SunLine will begin service on their 10 Commuter Link. With amenities such as extra leg room, comfortable seats, USB ports, and WIFI, this new service will greatly benefit passengers, commuters, and students from the City of Indio as well the surrounding areas.
From Indio, the 10 Commuter Link covers 92 miles to San Bernardino, with eastbound and westbound service. Starting at the SunLine Indio facility located at 83255 CA-111, the route continues to the California State University San Bernardino Palm Desert campus before heading to the Beaumont bus stop, the California State University San Bernardino main campus, and ending up at the San Bernardino Transit Center and Metrolink station.
The 10 Commuter Link is available to passengers Monday through Friday. The westbound schedule begins at 5:20 a.m. and runs until 5:00 p.m. while the eastbound schedule begins at 8:45 a.m. and runs until 8:00 p.m.
The 10 Commuter Link is an especially valuable form of transportation for employees or students who need to move outside the Coachella Valley. Adult or youth fares are $6 and senior fares are $4. Any transfer to or from SunBus is $0.25. For those who would be regulars on the route, monthly passes are available. Students, staff, and faculty with valid CSUSB ID ride free.