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Transportation infrastructure

State and interstate highways

  • Interstate 580
  • U.S. Route 101 (Redwood Highway)
  • State Route 1
  • State Route 37
  • State Route 131 (Tiburon Boulevard)

Scenic roads

  • Conzelman Road, Marin Headlands
  • Dillon Beach Road
  • Bear Valley Road: connects Olema to Inverness Park
  • Limantour Road: travels across central Point Reyes
  • Crown Road
  • Tomales Petaluma Road
  • Chileno Valley Road: Connects Marshall Petaluma Road to Tomales Petaluma Road
  • Marshall Petaluma Road
  • Hicks Valley Road: Connects Marshall Petaluma Road to Point Reyes Petaluma Road
  • Point Reyes Petaluma Road
  • Novato Boulevard: Novato to Point Reyes Petaluma Road
  • Sir Francis Drake Blvd: Point Reyes Lighthouse to San Quentin
  • Panoramic Highway
  • Bolinas Fairfax Road: Connects Sir Francis Drake Blvd to State Route 1 (also a scenic road) at Bolinas
  • Bolinas Ridge Road: Connects Bolinas Fairfax Road to Panoramic Highway and Muir Woods Road
  • Lucas Valley Road and Nicasio Valley Road: Connect 101 with Point Reyes Petaluma Road
  • Point/North San Pedro Road: Connects Santa Venetia and Peacock Gap neighborhoods via China Camp State Park
  • Bridgeway Blvd, Sausalito
  • Ridgecrest Blvd: transverses the top of Mount Tamalpais
  • Pierce Point Road: travels across Northern Point Reyes
  • Paradise Drive: Tiburon to Corte Madera
  • Camino Alto/Magnolia Avenue: connects Larkspur to Mill Valley

Public transportation

Golden Gate Transit provides service primarily along the U.S. 101 corridor, serving cities in Marin County, as well as San Francisco and Sonoma County. Service is also provided to Contra Costa County via the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Ferries to San Francisco operate from Larkspur and Sausalito. Ferry service from Tiburon is provided by Blue and Gold Fleet and by the Angel Island Ferry. Local bus routes within Marin County are operated by Golden Gate Transit under contract to the Marin County Transit District . MCTD also operates the West Marin Stage , serving communities in the western, rural areas of Marin County. The Marin Airporter offers scheduled bus service to and from Marin County and the San Francisco Airport. The lines run 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Greyhound Lines buses service San Rafael.


Marin County Airport or Gnoss Field (ICAO: KDVO) is a general aviation airport operated by the County Department of Public Works. The nearest airports with commercial flights are San Francisco International Airport and Oakland International Airport as well as Charles M. Schulz - Sonoma County Airport north of Marin County.  

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