Upcoming Service Changes - December 11, 2022
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.
Marin Transit is Hiring!
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 Senior Procurement & Contracts 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.
Summer 2022 Rider’s Guide Extended thru Fall!
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.
Take Marin Transit to School!
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.
Take Transit to Your Marin Parks!
You don’t need a car to enjoy the beauty of Marin County. Marin Transit is helping everyone enjoy your federal, state, and local parks and open space, and our routes will take you right to many trailheads and bike paths! Check out our interactive Transit to Parks page to help you plan next outdoor adventure using public transit!
Added bonus for Student and Youth 18 and under…you can ride FREE on local fixed route service county-wide through August 14, 2022. More information our summer fare free program can be found here.
New Service Changes Effective June 12, 2022
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:
The Muir Woods Shuttle Pick-Up Location is Moving from Pohono to Larkspur Landing on June 4th
Effective June 4, 2022, the Muir Woods Shuttle (Route 66) pickup will temporarily move from the Pohono Parking Lot to the Larkspur Landing Ferry Terminal Parking Lot. Service will also temporarily be suspended from the Sausalito Ferry on Route 66.
Get Clipper on Your Phone!
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.
Go Green and Enjoy Free Rides on April 23, 2022
Marin Transit will be offering fare free on Marin Transit local buses county-wide on Saturday, April 23, 2022 in observation of Earth Day. All demand response services (paratransit, Catch-A-Ride, Dial-A-Ride, and Connect) and Muir Woods are exempt from this free fare promotion.
Marin Transit has joined forces with our fellow North Bay bus operators to Celebrate Earth Day and welcome you back to transit. Get around Marin County and Sonoma County for FREE on Saturday, April 23. Hop on a Marin Transit bus, help keep the earth green and enjoy free unlimited rides on Marin Transit, Santa Rosa City Bus, Petaluma Transit and Sonoma County Transit (pending SCT Board Approval).
Improvements Coming to Marin Access!
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.