Added Supplemental Service Starting August 10th

In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Marin County Public Health Officer requires Marin Transit to limit the number of passengers onboard a bus to allow for adequate physical distancing. In order to accommodate as many passengers as possible and to provide more frequent service, Marin Transit will begin operating additional “Supplemental Routes” to connect passengers to their destinations more quickly. These routes will operate Monday – Saturday starting August 10, 2020.

8-Minute Service Frequency in Canal Effective March 9

Beginning Monday, March 9, 2020, Routes 23X and 29 will now operate in a counter-clockwise direction through the Canal as shown in the map below. Route 35 will have added service during weekday morning and afternoon peak periods between the San Rafael Transit Center and the Canal.

The new trips, along with changes to Routes 23X and 29, will create 8-minutes service frequencies within the Canal during weekday peak hours.

Routes 22, 122, and 228 San Anselmo Hub Stop Change in December

Beginning December 8, a new stop at Sir Francis Drake & Bank St will be served by routes 22, 122, and 228. Route 22 and 122 buses serving this new stop will no longer serve the San Anselmo Hub. The new stop will improve travel times along the routes and speed up the trip for our passengers!  

Impacts vary by route. See information below for route specific impacts.

Route 122 Extended to East San Rafael

Effective August 20, 2018, Marin Transit will extend select trips on Route 122 to serve East San Rafael. This extension will provide hourly service between 8:30 am and 3:00 pm on school days only. The new service will operate as a pilot project and help the District test demand for fixed route service to the San Rafael neighborhoods of Peacock Gaps, Glenwood, Bayside Acres, Lock Lomond, and Country Club.