Marin City Transit Hub on Donahue Street in Marin City.
The County of Marin has completed the Marin City Transit Hub Reconstruction Project on Donahue Street between Terners Drive and Drake Avenue in Marin City.
The public is invited to an official ribbon-cutting ceremony 3 p.m., Friday, April 6 at the transit hub to showcase the renovation and re-opening of the transit center. County Supervisor Kate Sears, County Public Works staff, staff of the Marin Transit District, and other community representatives will attend the ceremony.
This project was a joint effort of the Marin Transit District, the Golden Gate Bridge Transit District, the Marin City Community Services District, and the Marin City Shopping Center.
“The project looks and feels great with improved lighting, new seating, landscaping and bus shelters. We are very grateful to the community for their input, cooperation and patience while this project was underway,” said Supervisor Sears, who represents Southern Marin.
The hub is the second busiest transit center in Marin County with roughly 250 buses making stops every day. The damaged roadway, outdated shelters, and lack of adequate seating necessitated the remodeling.
The total project cost was $600,000.
The roadway and user improvements for the 500-foot long transit center include new reinforced concrete bus pad, new curb and gutter, refreshed striping with an added bike lane, two new custom bus shelters with overhead lighting, concrete seat walls, way-finding bollard lighting, bicycle racks, informational kiosk, new street trees with ADA compliant tree grates, landscaping improvements, and a new low-water use irrigation system.