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Service Changes on Supplemental Routes (100-series)

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

As the conditions of the pandemic constantly evolve, we continue to be flexible and responsive to meet the needs of riders. With that in mind, effective Monday, February 22, Supplemental Routes 117, 122, 125, 135, 145, and 151 will have adjusted service. Please continue to check our website for the most up to date route and schedule information, service alerts, and other news items. 

Upcoming Service Changes on Supplemental Routes (100 series)

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

As the conditions of the pandemic constantly evolve, we continue to be flexible and responsive to meet the needs of riders. With that in mind, we would like to notify you that starting Monday, February 22, Supplemental Routes 117, 122,

New Service Changes Effective December 13, 2020

Fri, Dec 11, 2020

Marin Transit is adding and adjusting service this month to ensure riders do not get left behind by pass-up activity due to capacity limitations. These changes are also implemented in light of Golden Gate Transit service reductions on regional and commute routes. Changes are effective Sunday, December 13 and temporary as the District continues to adjust service due to evolving conditions of the pandemic.

Eligible Marin Transit Riders Get 50% Fare Discount with New Clipper START Program

Mon, Nov 23, 2020

Clipper START is now available in Marin County. Clipper START is an 18-month pilot program initiated by MTC and Bay Area transit agencies that uses the Clipper transit fare payment system to reduce the cost of transportation for low-income adults.

San Rafael Transit Center Relocation Project Update

Mon, Nov 16, 2020

The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District has been working with the community to study where to relocate the San Rafael Transit Center. A public meeting will be held via Zoom on Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 5:30 p.m. Event will be in English with translation available in Spanish for questions and answers. Meeting registration link: 

Marin Transit Offers Free Rides to Polls

Mon, Oct 5, 2020

On Monday, October 5, Marin Transit’s Board of Directors unanimously approved free local transit rides county-wide on all fixed routes during the upcoming 2020 General Election.

This promotional campaign offers voters a free transportation option to the polls. The free fare days will provide a touchless boarding process without the need to navigate fare payment, minimize interaction between riders and drivers, and reduce boarding times at bus stops. Free fares will also eliminate a potential cost barrier for riders and provide an additional incentive for voters to take public transit to polling places.

All Marin Transit local routes, supplemental routes, and the West Marin Stagecoach will be fare free from October 31 through November 3, 2020. Demand response services including paratransit, Catch-A-Ride, Dial-A-Ride, and Connect will be exempt from the free fare offerings.

Notice of Public Hearing - Clipper START Pilot Program

Mon, Sep 14, 2020

Marin County Transit District's Board of Directors approved Marin Transit to explore participation in the region’s means-based transit fare pilot program, which offers a 50% discount on the adult cash fare to eligible low-income riders with household incomes of 200 percent of the federal poverty level or lower. In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Marin Transit staff will conduct Title VI Fare Equity Analysis to evaluate the proposed fare change under the Clipper START program and will start a public engagement process. A public hearing will be held before the Marin County Transit Board of Directors on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. The purpose of the public hearing is to engage public discussion on Marin Transit participation in the Bay Area means-based transit fare pilot program, and receive public comment in advance of potential approval by the Marin Transit Board of Directors at their October 5, 2020 meeting. For more information please visit

Bay Area Transit Agencies Release Healthy Transit Plan

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


Marin Transit COVID-19 Recovery Survey Results

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.