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Marin Access Newsletter – 3rd Edition

Marin Access has just our third newsletter.  This publication is being mailed out to over 2,500 of our current riders.  The newsletter includes helpful tips for emergency preparedness and a profile of Joanna Huitt, the new Mobility Manager in our Travel … Continue reading

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Marin Transit Releases Recommendations of New Senior Mobility Study

The Marin Transit Board of Directors recently approved the Marin Access Strategic Analysis and Recommendations at its August meeting. The study presents a comprehensive analysis of Marin Transit’s senior mobility programs, Marin Access, and recommends future improvements. The study’s findings … Continue reading

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Marin Access Newsletter – 2nd Edition

Marin Access Newsletter – 2nd Edition Marin Access has just our second newsletter.  This publication is being mailed out to over 2,500 of our current riders.  The newsletter includes helpful tips for riding fixed route, information on travel training and a … Continue reading

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Reasonable Modification Requests

A rider may request a modification to Marin Transit / Marin Access’s policies, practices or procedures to accommodate his/her disability. For more information please click the link below. Reasonable Modification Marin Transit

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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 … Continue reading

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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.

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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.  … Continue reading

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