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stage vehicleSERVICES: WEST MARIN STAGECOACH

RIDER ALERT - Effective Sunday, March 1, 2015, Route 61 weekend and holiday service will be expanded during the peak season, which will be from March through October. Schedule times for one existing trip will be affected. Click here to download the rider announcement with the new schedule.

rider information

Strollers/Luggage/Bicycles

Due to space limitations and safety considerations, we are unable to accommodate large personal items such as bicycles or surfboards inside Stagecoach buses. Vehicles are equipped with front mounted racks that can carry two bicycles. Bike racks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no guarantee that a Stagecoach bus returning from West Marin will have space for additional bikes. Vehicles are equipped with rear wheel-chair lifts and space for up to two wheelchairs. Luggage or other personal articles must be placed in overhead racks or under a seat. Do not put luggage or personal articles in the aisles, in the wheelchair securement areas or on seats. Fold up baby strollers. Passengers are responsible for their own belongings. Unattended items are subject to immediate disposal.

 

For additional information on Stagecoach Fares, Transfer Policy, Holidays, Bus Stops, and more, consult the brochures for Route 61 and Route 68.

rider alerts

Route 68 Service Changes
eff. June 8, 2014
Effective Sunday, June 8, 2014, the Route 68 schedule will be modified to provide additional service, including short run trips between San Rafael and Forest Knolls/Lagunitas. Trips will be timed to allow better connections at the San Rafael Transit Center, and the schedule will be converted to a traditional weekday/weekend schedule.

 

west marin stagecoach in the news

Proposed changes to for the West Marin Stagecoach were featured in the West Marin Report, a local radio news program broadcast by KWMR, on Thursday, July 5, 2012. Click here to listen and read more.

Check out a short video featuring stagecoach riders.

transit & trails

Stagecoach Route 61 and Route 68 provide access to many hiking trailheads in West Marin. For more information, visit www.transitandtrails.org/marinstage.

Please note: Route 61 does not directly serve the Muir Woods National Monument park entrance. Take the seasonal Muir Woods Shuttle (Marin Transit Route 66) for direct access to Muir Woods. This service operates weekends and holidays from April through October.

Stagecoach Route 68 provides service to the Bear Valley Visitor Center at Point Reyes National Seashore. Click here to learn more about the park.