The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) awarded the District a $5.9 million grant to help acquire a new high-speed ferry vessel that will enhance service reliability for its 2.5 million annual ferry riders.
The District Board of Directors voted unanimously to adjust bus service in central and norther Marin County to better balance resources.
The District Board of Directors set a public hearing on the establishment of “means-based fares” that would provide a fare discount for low-income riders on regular Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry service.
All Golden Gate Bridge toll rates will increase, including the FasTrak Account Pay-As-You-Go, Toll Invoice, carpool, and multi-axle vehicle toll rates.
As part of a five-year fare program, Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry regional fares will increase on Monday, July 1, 2019. Discount fare programs will remain in effect for Clipper users, seniors, youth, and persons with disabilities
Golden Gate Transit is proud to introduce 67 new hybrid buses into our fleet. The hybrids will join our fleet gradually over the next couple of months, replacing the Orion diesel 1500-series buses that entered service in 2004.
The Golden Gate Bridge Board of Directors set a public hearing for Thursday, June 20 to receive public comments on the establishment of a new Golden Gate Ferry route and fare between Marin and the new Chase Center in San Francisco.
Golden Gate Transit is proposing changes to improve upon its Northern and Central Marin commute service. The goal of these changes is to provide faster and more frequent service to San Francisco.
Public transportation transforms communities and the lives of the people living in them by spurring economic development, promoting sustainable lifestyles, and providing a higher quality of life.
The Golden Gate Bridge Board of Directors voted 15-1 to provide funding for current and expanded public transit services through toll increases at the Golden Gate Bridge.
Golden Gate Transit's bus operators do it all—conduct pre-trip inspections, pick up riders, collect fares, answer trip planning questions—all while safely maneuvering an extra large and heavy vehicle through traffic, around tight corners and detours, and through all sorts of weather. Our drivers are dedicated to what they do, and they deserve a heartfelt thanks!
Looking to save money on your commute? Get a Clipper card! When you use Clipper to pay your fare on Golden Gate Transit buses, you’ll get a 20% discount on every ride (10% within Marin County).
The Golden Gate Bridge District is considering a new multi-year toll program and is holding a series of public meetings to get public input on the proposed toll rate options. Any adopted toll program would go into effect on July 1, 2019.
Beginning in late January 2019, the Golden Gate Bridge District invites members of the public to provide input on possible Golden Gate Bridge toll increases over the next five years at a series of in-person and digital open houses.
Everyone finds commuting in the Bay Area challenging, but it doesn't have to be! Golden Gate Transit provides world-class bus service between Sonoma and Marin counties and San Francisco. Rethink your commute, and give us a try!
The Golden Gate Bridge District shows its support of local food banks with a holiday bus beautifully wrapped with an image of the Golden Gate Bridge on a clear winter day.
The 13th annual American Public Transportation Association (APTA) National Dump the Pump Day on Thursday, June 21 is a day to highlight the many benefits of using public transportation.
The Golden Gate Bridge District will hold the second public meeting for the San Rafael Transit Center Relocation Project to present proposed concepts for the new San Rafael Transit Center.(SRTC).
On Sunday, July 1, 2018, all Golden Gate Bridge toll rates will increase, including FasTrak, Pay-by-Plate, carpool, and multi-axle vehicle toll rates.
The Golden Gate Bridge District Board set a public hearing for Thursday, May 17, 2018, to discuss a proposal to discontinue Golden Gate Transit bus Routes 92 and 93 due to low ridership.
The Golden Gate Bridge District will hold the first public meeting for the San Rafael Transit Center Replacement Project on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, to talk about the future of the San Rafael Transit Center (SRTC).
Golden Gate Transit buses and Golden Gate Ferry vessels will stop briefly at noon to honor the memory of San Francisco’s Mayor Edwin M. Lee.
The Golden Gate Bridge District has partnered with Bonfire Interactive to create a new procurement portal that will allow vendors to receive notifications of business opportunities and submit bids and proposals to the District digitally.
On Monday, July 3, 2017, all Golden Gate Bridge toll rates will increase, including FasTrak, Pay-by-Plate, carpool, and multi-axle vehicle toll rates.
Golden Gate Bridge District Board President Dietrich Stroeh passed away unexpectedly overnight, in his sleep. President Stroeh was appointed to the District’s Board of Directors in February 1997.
Politicians, community advocates, and transportation agencies came together this morning to commemorate the beginning of the construction of the suicide deterrent system on the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate Bridge will turn 80 years old on Saturday, May 27, 2017, and we are asking the public to help us celebrate by sharing their favorite memories and photographs of the Bridge on social media!
For the first time in 40 years, Golden Gate Ferry will expand its Marin County service area. Beginning on Monday, March 6, 2017, Golden Gate Ferry will begin commute service from Tiburon.