Marin Transit will not be printing a Spring 2023 Rider’s Guide. All Winter schedules will remain in place through Spring 2023.
Marin Transit no imprimirá una Guía de Pasajeros de Primavera 2023. Todos los horarios de invierno permanecerán vigentes hasta el verano de 2023.
On Monday, February 20 (Presidents' Day):
- All fixed route services including Stagecoach Route 61 & 68 will run on Sunday/Holiday schedule.
- No Connect service
The Muir Wood Shuttle will operate Feb 18-20 from Larkspur Ferry terminal only.
El lunes 20 de febrero (Día de los Presidentes):
- Todos los servicios de ruta fija, incluyendo las rutas 61 y 68 de Stagecoach, funcionarán según el horario de domingo/día festivo.
- No habrá servicio de Connect.
La lanzadera a Muir Woods operará del 18 al 20 de febrero solo desde la terminal de Ferry de Larkspur.
Marin Transit is proposing changes to local bus routes and schedules to better align with current ridership demands and improve service reliability. Routes affected include: 22, 23, 23X, 29, 35, 49, 71, 219, 251, 257, 645, & 651. The proposed changes can be viewed here.
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Marin Transit is proud to announce the roll-out of an updated logo for the District and our Marin Access program. These more modern logos were designed to improve legibility and recognition for the general public and those with visual disabilities. They continue to reflect the organization's commitment to providing safe, reliable, accessible and sustainable transportation options for our community.
To support the rollout, Marin Transit has developed a comprehensive press kit that includes high-quality photographs and a Brand and Style Guide. The press kit includes information on Marin Transit's visual identity, including guidelines on the proper use of the logo, as well as typography and color palette. The press kit is available online at https://marintransit.org/press-kit and can be used by media outlets and our partner agencies and organizations to help spread the word about Marin Transit's mission and services.
On Monday, January 16 (MLK Day):
All fixed route services will run a regular Weekday schedule.
The Stagecoach Route 61 & 68 will run on Sunday/Holiday schedule.
No Connect service
The Muir Wood Shuttle will operate Jan 14-16 from Sausalito only.
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El lunes 16 de enero (Día de MLK):
Check out our new Winter Rider Guide for our route maps, service hours, and other important information. Hard copies will be available on all Marin Transit vehicles starting December 11, 2022.
To improve service reliability, the following changes will occur effective December 11, 2022:
- Select weekday northbound trips on Route 17 will have adjusted runtimes.
- Select weekday southbound trips on Route 71 will have adjusted runtimes.
- Select weekday trips on Route 613 will have adjusted runtimes.
Please visit www.marintransit.org for more information and a complete listing of all upcoming service changes.
Marin Transit is always in need of passionate individuals looking to make a difference in the way we travel around the region.
We are currently hiring for a Capital Project Analyst, and have openings for Bus Operators on all services.
Please visit the jobs section of our website for more information: https://marintransit.org/jobs
Bus Operator positions are managed by our service providers, Marin Airporter, MV Transportation, Transdev, Michael's Transportation, and Golden Gate Transit. Visit their websites for more information.
Marin Transit will not be printing a Fall 2022 Rider’s Guide. All Summer schedules will remain in place through December 10, 2022. Additional midday service on the weekdays has been added to Route 22 that is not reflected in the Summer guide.
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 2022/23 school year? Routes 617 and 622 will no longer operate this fall. In place of Route 617, Route 17 has been adjusted to better serve Tamalpais HS students from Sausalito, Marin City, Mill Valley, and Strawberry. Midday weekday service has been added on Route 22 between the College of Marin and the San Rafael Transit Center to replace service on Route 622.
Changes are effective Sunday, June 12:
- Route 17/17X: Will combine as Route 17 and no longer serve Manzanita Park and Ride in northbound direction.
Service to Strawberry will be limited to select trips serving Strawberry Village on weekdays only
- Route 36: Run times adjusted on weekday and weekend/holiday schedules. Now serving Strawberry
- Route 61/61M: Route 61M is cancelled. Route 61 will operate on a peak/off peak schedule on weekdays and will no longer service Manzanita Park and Ride in the westbound direction.
- Route 71: Select northbound and southbound trips on weekdays are cancelled.
Marin Transit Local, Shuttle and Stagecoach bus services will all run on Sunday-Holiday schedules. Marin Transit Connect will not operate on weekends and Holidays: