Make Your Connections
There are many ways to connect to and from SMART stations. This page has information on connecting transit services, the SMART pedestrian-bicycle pathway, and carpools/vanpools.
transit partners offering Connecting services throughout North Bay.
Golden Gate Transit: Golden Gate Transit provides several routes that connect SMART riders to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and to San Francisco. For connection and schedule information for those routes, check out the "SMART/Golden Gate Connection: To/From San Francisco" brochure. Please note that Golden Gate Route 31 - Wave Ferry Shuttle is free to SMART riders who use a Clipper card. Tag on and tag off both SMART and the shuttle with your Clipper card to ensure your ride on Route 31 is free.
Sonoma County Transit: For connections to SMART throughout Sonoma County, check out Sonoma County Transit's SMART page: https://goo.gl/FqEES8. Connections to the Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport-STS can be made using Route 55 and 62. Until rail service extends northward, transit passengers from Cloverdale, Healdsburg, and Windsor can use Route 56 to connect to SMART. Trips using Route 56 are free to SMART riders who use a Clipper card.
City of Santa Rosa/Santa Rosa CityBus: CityBus provides bus transit throughout Santa Rosa with connections to SMART's Santa Rosa SMART stations. The City of Santa Rosa also offers a discounted parking permit for commuters who regularly use public transportation. For more information on CityBus connections to SMART, visit: https://goo.gl/55HwuB.
Petaluma Transit: For connection details for the SMART Petaluma Downtown Station, check out Petaluma Transit: https://goo.gl/NTaCBb. Petaluma Transit Routes 10, 11, and 24 connect to the SMART station or the nearby Copeland Transit Mall.
Marin Transit: Provides connecting bus services to SMART stations throughout Marin County. For SMART connection information, visit: https://goo.gl/tUvpWi. New! Marin Transit now offers Connect, an on-demand shuttle serving the SMART Marin Civic Center Station. To learn more about Marin Transit Connect or to download the app on your smartphone, visit: http://www.connect.marintransit.org.
Transportation Authority of Marin: TAM has partnered with Lyft, a mobile ridesharing app, to provide a discount of up to $5 off for rides using Lyft’s multi-passenger "Lyft Line" service to get to and from SMART Stations in Marin County. The discount is available with the promo code "GETSMART17." For more information on TAM's Lyft Line pilot program, click here. TAM has also partnered with Whistlestop to provide ADA services for individuals with disabilities, and schedule rides for individuals without access to cell phones. Advance scheduling for these services is requested. For more information, please contact Whistlestop at (415) 454-0998.
Town of Windsor: The new Windsor Hopper shuttle connects riders with the SMART Sonoma County Airport Station and the Town of Windsor. The free shuttle stops at popular destinations throughout Windsor and operates Thursday through Sunday. For more information including the shuttle schedule, visit the Windsor Hopper website.
Connections to Larkspur Ferry Terminal and San Francisco
Golden Gate Transit has several routes that connect SMART riders to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and San Francisco. For connection and schedule information for those routes, check out the "SMART/Golden Gate Connection: To/From San Francisco" brochure. Please note that Golden Gate Route 31 - Wave Ferry Shuttle is free to SMART riders who use a Clipper card. Tag on and tag off both SMART and the shuttle using your Clipper card to ensure your ride on Route 31 is free.
Connections to Sonoma County Airport
The SMART Sonoma County Airport Station is approximately one mile away from the Sonoma County Airport. Sonoma County Transit Route 55, ridesharing services, and taxis are available to transport riders between the airport and the station. The free Windsor Hopper shuttle connects riders with the Sonoma County Airport Station and the Town of Windsor.
- SMART includes a public pedestrian-bicycle pathway that will run along the corridor and connect to each station. View the current progress of the SMART pedestrian-bicycle pathway.