What is Marin Access?

Marin Access provides a wealth of transit services and information for Marin’s older adults, persons with disabilities and low-income residents.  This program is brought to you by Marin Transit.

This website provides an overview of who we are and the services we provide, downloads for all necessary documentation and information on other transit programs offered in Marin.

News & Alerts

News & Alerts

Marin Access Newsletter – 1st Edition

Marin Access has just developed our first rider newsletter.  This publication is being mailed out to over 2,500 of our current riders.  The newsletter includes helpful tips for riding paratransit and a host of other interesting information.  The newsletter can be found here as well:

Marin Access Newsletter – December 2015 – English

Marin Access Newsletter – December 2015 – Spanish

Marin Access has also developed a survey designed to assist us in better understanding your needs.  If you would like to take the survey it can be found here:

Marin Access Rider Survey – December 2015 – English

Marin Access Rider Survey – December 2015 – Spanish

Your feedback is very important and much appreciated

Marin Access Featured in Texas A&M Transportation Institute Report

Marin Access was recently featured in a report conducted by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute as a case study in national best practices in mobility management.  The full report can be found here.

CarePool – Free Volunteer Rides to Medical Appointments or for Grocery Shopping

Whistlestop’s CarePool program helps older adults get to medical appointments or go grocery shopping. CarePool offers FREE rides to Marin County residents 65 or older and for persons with disabilities.  Call the Travel Navigators at 415.454.0902 to request a ride.  Our volunteer drivers can offer extra support, such as walking you from your home to the car, as this program provides a unique “door-through-door” service.

CarePool’s success depends on people in the community.  Volunteer drivers will accept rides through email, and only commit to rides that are convenient for their schedules. Funds are available to reimburse drivers for mileage.  If you are interested in volunteering and have a clean driving record and insurance, please call Laurie at 415.456.9062 x 117 or email volunteer@whistlestop.org.  Providing a few trips a month can make all the difference to a person in need.

Marin in Motion

Recently Marin Transit published “Marin-In-Motion” a guide to transportation in Marin County.  This guide contains information on all the different transit options in Marin.  For a copy, stop by our office at 711 Grand Ave, Suite 100, San Rafael or click here.

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