Marin Transit has been operating throughout the county since 1964. It offers local routes that traverse areas north…More and south on Highway 101. The Stagecoach route offers transportation to and from West Marin.
You'll find that most routes stop at the San Rafael Transit Center, located at Third and Heatherton streets.
Bus Boat 800 Tamalpais Ave, San Rafael, CA94901 Bus Boat is a small sandwich and gyro shop known for its great prices. It is located at the San Rafael Transit Center,…More just a short distance from the main benches and newspaper boxes. This makes it a convenient spot to grab a bite to eat while you're waiting for the bus or local transit to arrive.
The Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District manages three important transportation entities: the…More Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Ferry and Golden Gate Transit.
The famous Golden Gate Bridge connects San Francisco and Marin County. The Golden Gate Ferry operates between Larkspur and Sausalito to San Francisco. Finally, Golden Gate Transit offers bus service throughout Marin County and has limited service to San Francisco and the East Bay.
You'll find the main bus depot for Golden Gate Transit at this location. It also houses the customer service center along with the lost and found for the buses.
Center for Domestic Peace 734 A St, San Rafael, CA94901 Center for Domestic Peace is a charitable organization that provides resources for victims of domestic violence,…More including 24-hour hotline help, transitional housing, drop-in support groups, classes and training for men and women, safety planning, an emergency shelter, community education, information and referrals. Call to make a donation.
Voyager Carmel Center began serving people with persistent mental illness in 1987 at the former Carmel Hotel in San…More Rafael, now called the Voyager Carmel Center. Homeward Bound also focuses on permanent solutions to homelessness by providing long-term transitional and permanent housing for families and adults.
Voyager Carmel Center offers 36 beds in individual rooms, with 10 of these beds reserved for residents staying one to four months. The remaining 26 beds provide long-term housing for people who otherwise would face homelessness. The center includes a 24-hour staff, communal kitchen and regular community activities such as group outings, Sunday brunch and holiday events. All formerly homeless residents in this program are referred to Homeward Bound by Marin County Community Mental Health Services.
Pilgrim Park Apartments features 61 low-income units near the Marin County Civic Center. There are 6 studios, 18…More 1-bedroom, 22 2-bedroom and 14 3-bedroom apartments. The complex features the De Haan Community Center, which has 2 offices; John Starkweather Learning Center, with ten computers, small kitchen and community room. The complex is home to a homework club and a Head Start program facility.
You'll find Pilgrim Park Apartments near North San Pedro Road and Merrydale Road. Dandy Market, McDonald's and A&W Restaurant are within walking distance. Access to Golden Gate Transit bus stops is also very close.