Marin Access Mobility Management Center

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 16:01

Independence through Mobility

Marin Transit offers older adults and people with disabilities a variety of options for getting around without driving. Whether you need to learn how to ride the fixed route bus or sign up for an alternative transportation service, we are here to help. 

Below is a summary of our Marin Access services. If you're not sure which one is right for you, use the Program Finder tool to the right. It will help you determine which transportation programs in Marin are available to suit your needs. If you have any questions along the way, contact one of our Travel Navigators at 415-454-0902 or

Program Finder

Discover your mobility options

Marin Access Services

Travel Navigators

Travel Navigators help older adults and people with disabilities understand the various transit options available to them and walk them through the process of becoming eligible. By phone, email, or in-person, this is a one-stop shop to help you get the most out of Marin Access.


Marin Access Paratransit provides pre-scheduled, door-to-door bus transportation in Marin County for people with disabilities who have been certified as unable to ride our fixed-route bus system either all or some of the time. With this service, riders who cannot access our general service routes can still maintain their freedom to travel around Marin.

Volunteer Driver

The STAR and TRIP volunteer driver programs empower older adults and people with disabilities to remain independent by providing a mileage reimbursement for their friends, neighbors, and other community members who provide them with rides. Travel Navigators are also available to provide referrals to community-based volunteer driver programs that match riders with drivers.

Marin Catch-A-Ride

The Catch-A-Ride program is an option that enables seniors age 80 and older, seniors between 60 and 80 who no longer drive, and paratransit eligible riders to take taxi rides at a discounted rate within Marin County.

Travel Training

Marin Access has developed several travel training options for Marin residents who want to learn about their choices for getting around without driving. We currently offer group presentations and one-on-one travel training aboard the bus. Click below to request a travel training and tell us more about your needs. 

Looking for more options? Check out our general service routes.

Other Information

Marin Access Updates

Marin Access Newsletter - Winter 17/18

Thu, Feb 22, 2018

Marin Access Winter 2017/18 Newsletter

Enjoy the Winter 2017/18 edition of our Marin Access newsletter. If you'd like to receive this in your inbox, subscribe to our email updates in the footer below.

Tech Tips for Transportation Classes

Mon, Oct 16, 2017

Want to get around without driving? Your smartphone, tablet and computer are great tools for getting rides! In partnership with Technology 4 Life, Marin Transit is sponsoring a FREE class to learn about transportation options in Marin. We will show you how to get online and use web sites and apps for determining the fastest, cheapest and most timely ways for getting where you want to go. Learn how to take the bus, SMART train, ferry or maybe get a ride from a volunteer, use shared ride services (Lyft), subsidized taxis and more! Bring your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to class. Bring $10 and photo ID to set up a Clipper card. This course is especially geared towards older adults and riders with disabilities, as well as caregivers who may be interested in transportation options. Sign up now for classes in Mill Valley and San Anselmo

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Upcoming Marin Access Meetings and Events

Marin Mobility Consortium

Event Date
Start Time
10:00 AM
End Time
12:00 PM
Community Room, Northgate Mall, 5800 Northgate Mall, San Rafael, CA 94903

This quarter's meeting will feature a presentation on emergency preparedness and planning. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a tabletop planning exercise facilitated by Marin County Office of Emergency Services. To RSVP and/or request an accommodation related to a disability, email or call 415-226-0855.

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