Beginning January 4, 2022, the schedule for route 617 has been adjusted in the southbound direction impacting arrival at MLK Nevada St and Bay St & Bridgeway. An extra trip has also been added to the schedule spanning from Marin City Hub to MLK Nevada St. Click here for the new route 617 schedule.
Route 617 Schedule Adjustments Beginning 1/04/22
Face Coverings Required on Vehicles and at Bus Stops
We are closely monitoring what is happening with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Marin Transit is committed to keeping you safe and moving during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please continue to check this page for the latest updates.
Face Coverings Required
All bus riders are required to wear a face covering while at bus stops and terminals, while boarding and disembarking, and for the duration of travel.
At this time, the District is operating regular service levels on local routes. Please check www.marintransit.org/service-alerts for updates on any new information or service impacts related to COVID-19.
For more than 50 years, Marin Transit has provided transit service to older adults and people with disabilities in Marin County. Today, Marin Transit provides ADA paratransit service and a suite of mobility programs and services under the Marin Access brand to meet people where they are and get them to where they want to go.
As Marin County’s population continues to age, the District is committed to ensuring that there is a robust transit system that will empower older adults and people with disabilities to live independently, travel with confidence, and remain connected to the community.
In August 2021, Marin Transit Board approved a series of fare promotional and pilot programs that will be offered near term, on Marin Transit local service. Starting in October, all rides on local fixed route service will be free for older adults age 65+ and persons with disabilities. This will be a 6-month pilot from October 2021 through March 2022. Muir Woods Shuttle, paratransit, Catch-A-Ride, Dial-A-Ride, and Connect will be exempt from the free fare offerings.
Bay Area travelers now have more options when they ride transit with Clipper—Clipper on your phone! Clipper has launched a new app that lets cardholders manage their accounts using their mobile device. You can also add Clipper to Apple Wallet or Google Pay and pay transit fares with your smart phone.
Download the Clipper app to manage yourClipper account with yourphone. Clipper on your phone will be available for Adult, Youth, Senior, and RTC cardholders.
For more information, go to clippercard.com/pay-with-phone.