Marin and Wine Country Transit Directory

 


 Regional Transit


Airport Transit and Share Ride Transportation

Amtrak Rail
www.amtrak.com

Airport Express
Provides scheduled service between communities in Sonoma and Marin Counties and San Francisco and Oakland International Airports.

www.airportexpressinc.com

Greyhound Bus Line
www.greyhound.com

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District
SMART will build (2014) a 70-mile passenger railroad and parallel bicycle-pedestrian path along the publicly owned Northwestern Pacific Railroad right of way through the two counties. The rail line runs from Cloverdale, at the north end of Sonoma County, to Larkspur, where the Golden Gate Ferry connects Marin County with San Francisco. Along the way SMART will have stations at the major population and job centers of the North Bay: San Rafael, Novato, Petaluma, Cotati, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Windsor and Healdsburg.
www.sonomamarintrain.org
 

 Lake County


Lake Transit
Offers transit bus service in Lake county, California, ADA Services and paratransit available. Lake Transit connects to Mendocino Transit at Ukiah, from here you can take Mendocino Transit to Santa Rosa for a transfer to Marin Transit to San Francisco or Airport Express to SFO. Ukiah is a major transit hub in Mendocino County form here you can get pretty much everywhere.
www.laketransit.org

Lake County Communities:
 

Clearlake
Clearlake Oaks
Clearlake Park
Cobb
Finley
Glenhaven
Kelseyville
Lakeport
Lower Lake
Lucerne
Middletown
Nice
Upper Lake

 Marin County


Golden Gate Transportation District
Operates Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry, also has all the information about Golden Gate Bridge and Highways.
www.goldengate.org

Marin County Transit District
Offers bus transit in Marin county, operates stagecoach service to west Marin, and runs seasonal Muir Woods shuttle.
www.marintransit.org

West Marin Stagecoach
The West Marin Stagecoach is a two-year demonstration service created by Marin County that aims to increase access for seniors, youths, and others to medical, civic, educational, work, and shopping sites throughout the County. It provides local weekday service between towns on Marin County's Pacific Coast and cities along San Francisco Bay. The South Route connects Marin City with Muir Beach, Stinson Beach and Bolinas. The North Route connects San Anselmo with Woodacre, Lagunitas, Pt. Reyes Station and Inverness.
www.marintransit.org

Whistlestop Wheels
Whistlestop Wheels provides paratransit services for elderly and disabled persons of Marin County who are deemed eligible under criteria set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
www.thewhistlestop.org

Marin County Communities:
 

Belvedere
Bolinas
Corte Madera
Dillon Beach
Fairfax
Forest Knolls
Greenbrae
Ignacio
Inverness
Kentfield
Lagunitas
Larkspur
Marshall
Mill Valley
Muir Beach
Nicasio
Novato
Olema
Point Reyes Station
Ross
San Anselmo
San Geronimo
San Quentin
San Rafael
Sausalito
Stinson Beach
Terra Linda
Tiburon
Tomales
Woodacre

 Mendocino County


Mendocino Transit Authority (MTA)
MTA operates twelve fixed bus routes, connecting the Mendocino Coast, the Inland valleys, towns and communities to Ukiah, the county seat and largest of the four incorporated cities. Two routes connect most of Mendocino County with the city of Santa Rosa in Sonoma County. Here passengers can make easy daily connections for travel to the Bay Area and beyond. MTA also provides Dial-A-Ride services in Ukiah and Fort Bragg and two flex routes, the Willits Rider in Willits and the Local 9 PM Service in Ukiah. Mendocino Transit Authority provides daily connections with Sonoma County Transit, Santa Rosa City Bus, AMTRAK, and Golden Gate Transit for regional service to Marin and San Francisco Counties in Santa Rosa. MTA also provides daily connections with the Sonoma County Airport Express at the Sonoma County Airport for service to and from the Bay Area airports. In Ukiah, MTA connects with Lake Transit service to and from Lake County Monday thru Saturdays.
www.4mta.org

Mendocino County Communities:
 

Albion
Anchor Bay
Boonville
Branscomb
Calpella
Caspar
Comptche
Covelo
Dos Rios
Elk
Fort Bragg
Hopland
Laytonville
Leggett
Little River
Manchester
Mendocino
Navarro
Philo
Piercy
Point Arena
Potter Valley
Redwood Valley
Talmage
Ukiah
Westport
Willits
Yorkville

 Napa County


Napa County Transportation & Planning Agency (NCTPA)
The VINE is the Napa Valley fixed-route bus system. VINE Route 10 up and down Napa Valley, and transfer to either the Yountville Shuttle, St. Helena VINE Shuttle, Calistoga HandyVan or American Canyon Transit.  Or, if your itinerary includes a trip to San Francisco take VINE Route 10 to the Vallejo Ferry Terminal where you can board a Baylink Ferry to the City.
www.nctpa.net

Direct links to listed Napa transit sites:

www.nctpa.net/vine.cfm - Napa Vine
www.calistogahandyvan.net - Calistoga Handy Van
www.sthelenavineshuttle.net - St. Helena Vine Shuttle
www.napavinego.net - Napa Vine Go
www.yountvilleshuttle.net - Yountville Shuttle

California Wine Tours
Is a tour and transportation company that offers scheduled service between Napa, Vallejo, and San Francisco International Airport.
www.californiawinetours.com

Napa County Communities:
 

Angwin
Calistoga
Deer Park
Napa
Oakville
Pope Valley
Rutherford
Saint Helena
Spanish Flat
Yountville

 Sonoma County


Healdsburg Transit
HT operates a public transit service within the Healdsburg city limits.  A variable fixed route service runs Monday through Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. and a door-to-door, by appointment, Dial-A-Ride service for eligible residents is operated Monday through Friday with pickups starting at 9:00 a.m. and ending at 1:15 p.m. The Dial-A-Ride service is operated in cooperation with Healdsburg Taxi. Healdsburg Transit buses have wheelchairs lifts and are accessible by the disabled.  Healdsburg Transit does not operate on legal holidays. Visit city website for more information (under Departments/Transit).
www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us

Petaluma City Transit
Operated by the City of Petaluma, Petaluma Transit is a division of the Department of Public Works. Services include fixed route and paratransit services, both operating within the Petaluma City limits. The City of Petaluma utilizes transit service contractors to operate and maintain the buses. MV Transportation is the contractor for the fixed route service. Petaluma Peoples Services Center is the contractor for the ADA compliant paratransit service. Visit city website for more information, under City Transit.
www.cityofpetaluma.net

Petaluma People Services Center
Provider of ADA Transpiration Services for the City of Petaluma Senior / Disabled Transportation Program
www.petalumapeople.org

Santa Rosa CityBus
Santa Rosa CityBus is a fixed route public transit system with Fleet of 33 buses running on 17 fixed routes with over 400 bus stops. Santa Rosa Paratransit offers curb-to-curb van service for those who can’t utilize CityBus service, operates eleven paratransit vans and three sedans. For more information visit city website, under Departments/Transit
www.ci.santa-rosa.ca.us

Sonoma County Transit
Offers transit and paratransit services in Sonoma County
www.sctransit.com

Volunteer Wheels for Sonoma County
Volunteer Wheels provides rides seven days a week, taking people to medical appointments, senior centers, shopping, visits to loved ones, or any location within our service area. Rides are provided between the Countys incorporated cities, as well as within the cities of Rohnert Park, Cotati, Sebastopol, and Windsor. Rides are also provided in Sonoma Valley, Guerneville and the Monte Rio area.
www.volunteernow.org

Sonoma County Communities:
 

Annapolis
Bodega
Bodega Bay
Boyes Hot Springs
Camp Meeker
Cazadero
Cloverdale
Cotati
Duncans Mills
El Verano
Eldridge
Forestville
Freestone
Fulton
Geyserville
Glen Ellen
Graton
Gualala
Guerneville
Healdsburg
Jenner
Kenwood
Monte Rio
Occidental
Penngrove
Petaluma
Rio Nido
Rohnert Park
Santa Rosa
Sebastopol
Sheridan
Sonoma
Stewarts Point
The Sea Ranch
Valley Ford
Villa Grande
Vineburg
Windsor

 

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