Marin Transit Connect Now Available in Uber App

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

The new Connect2Transit program will provide riders many benefits including: 

  • Integration of TAM’s first-last GET2SMART program and Marin Transit Connect all within one-app
  • Service area expansion to roughly a 2.5-mile radius from all Marin County SMART stations
  • Ability for Connect to increase first and last mile, shared-ride connectivity to fixed route transit and major employment sites
  • Real-time transit departure information within the Uber app so you can compare your trip request to see if other shared ride options—including  local bus, regional Golden Gate Transit bus service, or SMART rail service—is a more attractive option

In preparation for the transition, Marin Transit and TAM encourage all riders to download the Uber app. The app is available in the Apple App Store for iPhone or Google Play Store for Android. For employer subsidized riders, Marin Transit and TAM will coordinate directly with Kaiser and the County of Marin to inform these employers about the new program. If they decide to participate, they will reach out to employees to coordinate any new ride subsidies.  Marin Transit will be also be reaching out to Marin Access Connect riders with information on steps to program special $3 fares in the new Uber app. All riders should download the Uber app regardless of rider type.

While Marin Transit Connect has been free since March 20th, fares will be collected again beginning July 1, 2020. The general public fare is $3 per mile. Marin Access clients are eligible for a $3 per trip fare. Marin Access riders should call the Marin Access Travel Navigators at (415) 454-0902 to learn about the program, configure Marin Access pricing in the Uber app, or call to schedule a ride. Riders unable to create an Uber account can still use Connect by calling the scheduling line and pay cash onboard.