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    • 151

    Route 151 Schedule Adjustments

    Effective April 26, the route 151 schedule has been adjusted to correspond with the middle school bell schedule.  

    • 22
    • 23
    • 68

    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.

    • 23
    • 23X
    • 29
    • 35
    • 36

    Stop Relocation: E Francisco Blvd & Bay St

    The bus stop at E Francisco Blvd & Bay st will be temporarily closed due to construction. A temporary stop has been set up approximately 500 feet north in front of the Infiniti of Marin car dealership

    • 66

    Muir Woods Shuttle Service Suspended

    Effective March 16, 2020, the Muir Woods Shuttle service will be suspended until further notice. Visit for more information on accessing the National Monument during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    • 113
    • 115
    • 119
    • 122
    • 139
    • 149
    • 154

    Supplemental School Suspended Until Further Notice

    The following Supplemental School services will be suspended until further notice: 113, 115, 119, 122, 139, and 154.

  • COVID-19 Safety Protocols 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.

    All Bus Riders Must Wear Face Coverings

    Marin County Public Health has issued an order requiring that everyone wear facial coverings in certain settings, including while waiting for or riding public transportation. Face coverings may be cloth material that covers the mouth and nose. Bus Operators can refuse service to riders without a face covering. Thanks for your cooperation.


    The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services has issued an advisory related specifically to use of public transportation to limit the spread of COVID-19. Additional guidance by the Marin County Public Health Department recommends the following actions are followed:

    • Public Transportation should be used for essential travel only (e.g. for essential service employees to get to and from work; for individuals to obtain essential goods and services)
    • Infection control recommendations should always be followed on public transportation:
      • Individuals who have signs or symptoms of influenza or COVID-19 (cough, shortness or breath, fever) should not board public transportation.
      • Travelers should adequate separation from other passengers onboard or waiting at stops and maintain 6 feet of separation from the operator while riding. 
      • Passengers should wear face coverings at all times, covering the mouth and nose.
      • Hands should be washed or sanitized before and after using public transit.
      • High contact areas should be cleaned at the end of the transit line.

    Marin Transit, in partnership with all its contracted service providers, continues to follow the Marin County Environmental Health Services guidance for infection control in community spaces. We ask that riders review and follow the guidance outlined above as it relates to public transit services. These recommendations will remain in effect until further notice from the Health Office. Guidance will be reviewed and updated as necessary. 

    For the latest information about COVID-19, please refer to the resources provided by the Marin Health and Human Services Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan

    On September 14, Marin Transit's Board of Directors adopted a resolution to endorse "Riding Together: Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan." The resolution commits Marin Transit to implement the Plan and adhere to a set of health and safety measures and metrics. The metrics will be reported monthly to the Board of Directors and will be available to the public at

    Service Impacts

    At this time, the District is operating regular service levels on local routes and, effective August 10, 2020, enhanced service on select Supplemental Routes (routes 117, 122, 135, 171). There are ongoing suspensions of select Supplemental School Routes (routes 113, 119, 139, 149, 154) and the Muir Woods Shuttle . Select Supplemental School routes (routes 125, 145,151)  have resumed with the return of in-class instruction. Please check for updates on any new information or service impacts related to COVID-19.

    To adhere to physical distancing guidance onboard vehicles, drivers are asked to limit capacities. Effective Monday, August 10, 2020, Marin Transit will operate additional service in high ridership areas where limited capacities are creating pass-ups. These areas include the Highway 101 (Route 171), within the Canal area of San Rafael (Route 135), and within Mill Valley (Route 117). This additional service will help minimize impacts associated with pass-ups and offer riders additional service options. These routes will operate Monday-Saturday. Schedules and route maps are available on the District's website under Services and Schedules.

    Safety & Cleaning

    The health and safety of our passengers and bus operators is a top priority for Marin Transit. Since the beginning of March when concerns were initially raised regarding the spread of COVID-19, enhanced cleaning protocols on all of Marin Transit’s vehicles were implemented which includes an additional 30 minutes of daily cleaning of high touch areas inside the bus with a cleaning agent recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    In addition to frequent cleanings, Marin Transit has implemented additional measures to limit disease transmission such as requiring drivers and passengers to wear facial coverings while onboard a bus, limiting the number of passengers onboard at any given time to allow for adequate physical distancing, and when possible, buses have been equipped with hand sanitizer and drivers keep windows open while the bus is in service to increase the flow of fresh air.

    Marin Transit staff will continue to stay up to date on the latest guidance from our local public health officers and with industry best practices. We will continue to make adjustments to our cleaning practices and onboard policies to meet current guidance and ensure our passengers feel comfortable riding the bus.

    Check out this video from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on how Bay Area transit agencies are keeping riders safe with enhanced cleaning measures. A video with Spanish captioning is available here

    COVID-19 Vaccination Resources

    The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services has been working closely with MarinHealth, Kaiser Permanente, Sutter, Marin County fire agencies, Marin Medical Reserve Corps, and other community partners to provide coordinated vaccine distribution across Marin. To support access to vaccination sites, Marin Transit, Golden Gate Transit, and SMART are offering free rides to all vaccination appointments.

    Additional information about the vaccination process can be read on, including frequently asked questions, myths versus facts, etc. Given the fluidity of the vaccine roll-out at the federal and state level, and how that impacts distribution locally, residents can stay informed of progress by subscribing to Public Health’s daily status updates to receive emails with information on vaccine progress, announcements of when new vaccination phases open, and other relevant COVID-19 information. 

    In order to help all Marin residents track when they may be eligible to receive a vaccine, the County has launched a new online interest form.  Residents can answer a few questions to be subscribed to receive email or text message notifications when their turn has arrived and how to pursue a vaccine appointment. The form is available in English and Spanish on Marin County Public Health’s vaccine webpage.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

Marin Mobility Consortium

Event Date
Start Time
10:00 AM
End Time
12:00 PM

The purpose of the Marin Mobility Consortium is to plan and take action together as a consortium of agencies and advocated to improve and expand transportation options for Marin's senior, disabled, and low-income residents. All are welcome.

June 2021 Board of Directors Meeting

Event Date
Start Time
End Time

The Board of Directors of the Marin Transit District (Marin Transit) will hold their upcoming meeting via Zoom teleconference in response to local and state shelter-in-place orders and social distancing protocols. Marin Transit Board meetings will continue to be held as a teleconference until the shelter-in-place orders are lifted.

July 2021 Board of Directors Meeting

Event Date
Start Time
9:30 AM
End Time
11:30 AM

The Board of Directors of the Marin Transit District (Marin Transit) will hold their upcoming meeting via Zoom teleconference in response to local and state shelter-in-place orders and social distancing protocols. Marin Transit Board meetings will continue to be held as a teleconference until the shelter-in-place orders are lifted.


Wed, Feb 24, 2021

Starting February 24, 2021, Marin Transit, SMART, and Golden Gate Transit and Ferry will provide free transit trips to and from vaccination sites for community members with appointments. All three agencies are offering free rides by bus, train, and boat in both directions to mass vaccination sites, hospitals, or anywhere else that is offering vaccinations.

To receive a free ride, customers should be ready to show physical or digital confirmation of their same-day vaccine appointment at time of boarding. This joint effort by Marin County transit agencies is aimed at reducing transportation and cost barriers for community members to receive the vaccine.

Mon, Jan 4, 2021

Our privacy policy has changed. You can read the updated policy by visiting:
Nuestra política de privacidad ha cambiado. La nueva política está disponible aquí:

Wed, Aug 19, 2020

Bay Area transit agencies have joined forces with the common goal of providing a safe ride for the public as the region responds to the COVID-19 pandemic. The core of this effort is the newly released “Riding Together: Bay Area Healthy Transit Plan.”  Check out this video from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on how Bay Area transit agencies are keeping riders safe with enhanced cleaning measures.

Read the full plan at


Mon, Aug 10, 2020

Marin County Transit District conducted an online survey in summer 2020 to collect feedback from riders to assess attitudes, and understand how people feel about using the public transit in the current context. The survey also intended to identify measures that will improve rider confidence and feelings of safety riding Marin Transit.

Tue, Jun 30, 2020

Marin Transit, in collaboration with the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM), is excited to announce that as of July 1st, Connect transitioned from the Marin Transit Connect app to the Uber app platform and is now a part of the new Connect2Transit program. More information can be found at