Marin Transit has initiated a survey seeking feedback about the Marin Access Catch-A-Ride pilot program. This is part of the District's efforts to evaluate the pilot program and identify potential program improvements. The survey is available in English and Spanish. Riders who complete the survey will be entered into a raffle to win a set of 3 $20 vouchers for use on the Catch-A-Ride pilot program (total value of $60!) The survey will close on March 29, 2024 and is for current Catch-A-Ride pilot program riders only. 

Visit this link to complete the survey. For assistance or to complete the survey by phone, Catch-A-Ride pilot program riders should contact the Travel Navigator team at (415) 454-0902 (select language option and then option 1 for Travel Navigators). 

Marin Transit has initiated a survey seeking feedback from current riders and those in need of expanded mobility options in West Marin, especially residents that are older adults and/or those with disabilities. This is part of the District's continued efforts to improve service, find ways to better serve residents of West Marin, and build upon existing data and previous feedback collected from community partners and other stakeholders as part of the Marin Access Innovation Incubator program. 

Feedback collected through this survey will allow Marin Transit to improve existing programs such as Stagecoach Route 61 or Route 68, the Marin Access Shuttle program, the TRIP volunteer driver program, and consider offering new programs to better serve community members in West Marin. The survey is available in English and Spanish and offers those that complete it to enter a raffle to win one of three $100 Amazon Gift Cards. We anticipate closing the survey March 29, 2024, but may extend the date based on responses received. 

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Effective Sunday, January 14, 2024, Marin Transit will be making minor schedule changes to the following routes: 

These changes will help improve service reliability and account for changes in roadway traffic patterns. 

In addition to schedule adjustments, Route 17 will no longer serve the Lucky Bus Pad as part of its regular route. Late night trips that serve Larkspur Landing on Route 17 will continue to serve Lucky Bus Pad in the northbound direction only. These new schedules will remain effective thru the Spring and Summer. The next scheduled service change will occur on August 11, 2024.

Marin Transit is currently studying our fare collection system and seeking input from riders. The survey is open until October 27, 2023.

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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 2023/24 school year? Routes 645 (Terra Linda HS) and 651 (San Jose MS/Novato HS/San Marin HS) will no longer operate this fall. Students at Terra Linda HS can take Route 35 from the Canal and destinations south of school and students to the north can take Route 57 or Route 245. Route 49 (Novato HS/San Marin HS) and Route 57 (San Jose MS/Novato HS), and Route 654 (Sinaloa MS/San Marin HS) continue to offer students in Novato a variety of transit options.


Congressman Jared Huffman makes an announcement in front of a green Marin Transit battery electric bus.


San Rafael, CA (July 24, 2023) – On Friday, July 21 U.S. Congressman Jared Huffman and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Deputy Regional Administrator Amy Changchien visited Marin Transit to present the $31.5 million grant awarded to the agency funded through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to build a new electric transit bus facility. 

 “We made a promise to invest in America and rebuild our infrastructure to work better for everyday folks. Public transportation is a fundamental part of that equation, and these grants are going to help create a greener, more modern way to get people where they need to go,” said Rep. Huffman. “Another huge benefit of electrifying our region’s bus fleets is that every one of these clean electric buses is potentially a mobile generator to help communities respond to disasters and power outages. Clean energy is the future, and by investing in these buses we can supercharge our transition while improving lives, creating jobs, and reducing planet-killing emissions.”  

On May 1, 2023 the Marin Transit Board of Directors approved program changes to the Marin Access suite of programs that will be implemented starting July 1, 2023. Below is a summary of the recommendations. More detail about the development of these recommendations can be found here.

To learn more about these changes, and understand what riders can expect, click here

If you have any questions, please contact the Travel Navigators at 415.454.0902 or