Due to the Mill Valley Evacuation Drill on East Blithedale Ave, northbound service on Route 17 to San Rafael will pick up passengers at stops typically only served in the southbound direction. This applies to all trips from 8:30am - 11:00am on Saturday, September 25.
Route 17: Service Adjustments due to Evac Drill
Beginning September 20: Route 613 Select Trips Canceled
Beginning September 20, 2021, select trips for Route 613 are canceled. Click here for updated schedule.
Beginning September 20: Route 645 Select Trips Canceled / Route Alignment Change in the Canal
Beginning September 20, 2021, select trips for Route 645 are canceled. Route will now operate counter-clockwise in the Canal beginning at Kerner & Larkspur. Stop times have also been adjusted.
Beginning September 20: Route 68 Weekday Morning Schedule Adjustment
Beginning September 20, 2021, the weekday morning Route 68 trip operating from Lagunitas will start at 7:47 AM. Stop times adjusted accordingly. Click here for updated schedule.
Beginning September 20: Route 617 Afternoon Trips Canceled
Beginning September 20, 2021, afternoon trips for Route 617 are canceled. Please use route 17/17x for service to Marin City/Sausalito from Tamalpais High School. Click here for updated schedule.
Beginning September 20: Route 651 Select Trips Canceled
Beginning September 20, 2021, select trips for Route 651 are canceled. Click here for updated schedule.
Beginning September 20: Route 619 Select Trips Canceled
Beginning September 20, 2021, select trips for Route 619 are canceled. Click here for updated schedule.
Beginning September 20: Route 622 Select Afternoon Trips Canceled
Beginning September 20, 2021, the following Route 622 afternoon trips have been canceled:
1:37 PM Northbound (College of Marin to Dominican University)
2:00 PM Southbound (Dominican University to College of Marin)
2:37 PM Northbound (College of Marin to San Rafael Transit Center)
COVID-19 Safety Protocols Remain in Place
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 with Relaxation of Social Distancing Requirements
Beginning Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Marin Transit will no longer impose social distancing requirements on its buses (except for 6-foot distancing around the bus operator area). All bus riders are still 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.
Weekly Detours: Fourth St San Rafael
Every Thursday and Friday, beginning March 11, routes 22, 23, and 68 will not serve stops on Fourth St from 4pm - 11pm. This detour is due to the Fourth St road closure for the "Dining Under the Stars" event.
Muir Woods Shuttle Service Resumes 6/19
Effective June 19, 2021, the Muir Woods Shuttle service will resume limited service from the Pohono Park & Ride Lot to Muir Woods National Monument. Visit gomuirwoods.com for more information and to pre-purchase your shuttle ticket.
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. Demand response services (paratransit, Catch-A-Ride, Dial-A-Ride, and Connect) will be exempt from the free fare offerings.
Marin Transit provides transit options for students countywide, including routes serving the College of Marin, Dominican University, and most high schools and middle schools in Marin County. Visit our schools page to find which route serves your school. Learn more about the different payment options available for students including cash, Youth Transit Pass or Clipper.
What's new for the 2021/22 school year? Due to changes in bell times at most schools, Marin Transit will not be able to provide service at historical levels and schedules have been adjusted on most routes. Former 100 series (supplemental) routes will be renamed as the 600 series. For more information, visit the supplemental routes page.
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.