- Areas south of Paradise Cay in East Corte Madera (along Paradise Drive towards Tiburon)
- East of the Montecito Shopping Center (the Loch Lomond and Peacock Gap areas) in San Rafael
- Areas east of US-101 in Novato (particularly the Bel Marin Keys, Black Point, Green Point, and Bahia areas)
The first shuttle line I would like to propose is a line that would eventually connect Downtown Novato with Black Point and the Bahia District via Olive Avenue (east of Redwood Boulevard), Atherton Avenue, and Bugeia Lane. Not only it will close another significant transit gap in eastern Novato, but it will also for the first time, provide a direct service from Black Point and Bahia to Downtown Novato, albeit in a counterclockwise loop. This line could also have a clockwise service should demand is justified for such service. With this line, it will eventually connect with the Highway 101 corridor routes 70, 71, 80, and 101 that will eventually bring riders further north to Santa Rosa and further south towards San Francisco and the East Bay. The main disadvantage, though, for starting this service is funding since the priority of Marin Transit has been for funding the Novato Dial-a-Ride service, and I don't fully know how much more funding may be needed to be reallocated for starting this line.
Again, with the above route, this line could also operate a counterclockwise service should service be justified to add such services. A possible modification for this line would be "interlined" (meaning this route can be operated along with another route with a same terminal) with the Bahia Route and vice versa to save operating costs while providing a larger and more extensive coverage area for Novato residents.
Westbound to Stafford Lake
Eastbound to Vintage Oaks and Ignacio
Southbound to Strawberry via Belvedere
Northbound to Village at Corte Madera via Paradise Dr