Do you need a last mile connection between your transit stop and your workplace? Here are some options to consider when planning your work commute.

Marin Transit Connect

The Connect2Transit program has ended. Marin Access eligible riders are encouraged to transition to the new Catch-A-Ride program. General Public riders are encouraged to explore other transit and commute options

Other Transit Connections

SMART Train riders who use Clipper receive a discounted rate when transferring to Golden Gate Transit, Marin Transit, Petaluma Transit, Santa Rosa CityBus or Sonoma County Transit. The same discount applies when you transfer from one of these public transit providers to SMART and pay with cash value. Passholders must add additional cash value onto the Clipper Card to pay for these transfers.

Marin Commutes Emergency Ride Home

Do you commute by bike, transit, carpool, or vanpool and need a ride home due to an unforeseen emergency? There's no need to panic. If an unexpected situation arises, you can be reimbursed for an ride home via taxi, Uber, Lyft, or equivalent transportation service, by simply submitting a reimbursement request. Commuters are guaranteed four emergency rides home a year in the event of an unforeseen emergency occurring during regular work hours. You are not required to participate in a RideGreen incentive program to request an emergency ride home. Visit Marin Commutes for more details.


If you would like a more active form of commuting to boost your health and wellness, you can ride your bike from your transit stop to your workplace. You can use Google Maps to search for a bike path from a transit stop to your workplace. Bikes are welcome aboard SMART trains and SMART offers several amenities to bike commuters.

For more information, visit the RideGreen FAQs.

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