Interested in how Marin Transit services are doing? Monitoring reports are one method Marin Transit uses to track and evaluate route and service performance. Service planning decisions are based on a combination of service planning goals and performance criteria, including those based on the transit performance measures under Measure A. Use this form to submit a public records request.
Muir Woods Shuttle Annual Reports
An evaluation report is completed every year that provides a detailed assessment of the Shuttle's performance.
|2019 Evaluation Report|
|2018 Evaluation Report|
|2017 Evaluation Report|
|2016 Evaluation Report|
|2015 Evaluation Report|
|2014 Evaluation Report|
|2013 Evaluation Report|
|2012 Evaluation Report|
|2011 Evaluation Report|
|2010 Evaluation Report|
School Transit and Youth Pass Program Annual Reports
An evaluation report is completed every year that provides a detailed assessment of District’s operational activities related to supplemental public transit school services, the yellow bus program the District managed in Ross Valley, the College of Marin (COM) student pass program, and the College of Marin express service (Route 122)
|2018 School Transit and Youth Pass Annual Report|
|2017 School Transit and Youth Pass Annual Report||Text Summary|
|2016 School Transit and Youth Pass Annual Report||Text Summary|
Safety Management Policy Statement
On July 19, 2018, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) published the Public Transportation Agency Safety Plan (PTASP) Final Rule (49 CFR Part 673). The PTASP requires operators of public transportation systems that receive funding through FTA's Urbanized Area Formula Grants (49 USC 5307) to develop safety plans that include processes and procedures to implement Safety Management Systems. Marin Transit's Board of Directors approved the Marin Transit Safety Plan at the July 13, 2020 Board meeting. The Safety Management Policy Statement is available at the link below.