Posted Feb 7, 2014

Read the restCommuters catching Tri Delta Transit buses at the current Hillcrest Park & Ride on a typical weekday afternoon
Big changes are coming up for the Hillcrest Park & Ride lot located in Antioch at the corner of Hillcrest Avenue and Sunset Drive.  Starting Sunday, February 16, 2014, commuters will be parking a bit further up on Sunset Drive on Lot A of the upcoming eBART station.

The new parking lot will feature an additional 94 spaces for commuters.  

Posted Jul 22, 2013


Didn’t get a chance to take advantage of one of the many “Buy One Get One” (BOGO) transit discounts offered earlier this year? You’re in luck, three Contra Costa County transit agencies have extended their BOGO deals – County Connection, Tri Delta Transit and WestCAT! Here are the offers:
County Connection

Apply for a free Value Express Monthly bus pass… Read the rest when you purchase an express monthly pass (good for unlimited rides on any County Connection Express bus route, the 90 series bus routes.

Posted Feb 4, 2013
Westcat 115 Mart 6-20-12


Look at WestCAT go! Photo credit: Paul Sullivan
With the many social, economic, and environmental benefits of riding public transit, it comes as great news that ridership is at an all-time high… Read the rest. However, surely even more people would ride public transit frequently if they could experience how easy and convenient it can be, right?
That’s what several transit agencies in Contra Costa are betting by offering Buy One Get One (BOGO) incentives to people willing to give public transit a try.

Posted Nov 21, 2012

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Update: All passes have been distributed and Tri Delta Transit and 511 Contra Costa are no longer accepting applications for CommuterPass™.
Do you commute from or within Eastern Contra Costa County by car? If you do, and you’d like some financial relief and a more relaxing commute, Tri Delta Transit’s CommuterPass promo may be for you!
CommuterPass is a Tri Delta Transit trial program which offers free public bus passes to East Contra Costa County residents as a means of encouraging bus use for commuting.

Posted Jul 30, 2012

When was your last big adventure? Here’s a great story of how someone spent their entire day on the Tri Delta Transit bus for just $3.35 – we hope it inspires you to take one of your own!

My truck had been in the shop for a few days. I had a bad case of wanderlust. A bus stop is just 400 ft. from my front door. I had never been on it.  … Read the rest

Posted Apr 10, 2012

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It’s that time of year again! Don’t miss an opportunity to experience a better commute for FREE!
From April 16 through May 11, 2012 Tri Delta Transit and 511 Contra Costa will provide free bus tickets to commuters who do not currently use Tri Delta Transit to get to work. The free tickets will cover four round-trip rides during the challenge.
Participants in the Tri Delta Transit Challenge will be entered into a drawing for a chance at winning $100!

Posted Feb 24, 2012

Tri Delta Transit’s new fares go into effect Sunday, Feb. 26:
Fares on Local Routes

Single ride, general public (6-64): $2.00
Single ride, senior (65+)/disabled: 85¢
Children 5 and under (with paying customer): Free
Bart transfer general public (6-64): $1.25
Bart transfer senior (65+)/disabled: 85¢

Fares for Express Route 300

General public (6-64): $2.50
Senior (65+)/disabled: $1.35
BART transfer, general public (6-64): $1.75
Bart transfer, senior(65+)/disabled: $1.35

Fares for Day Passes

General public (6-64) (age 6-64) $3.35
Senior (65+)/disabled: $1.35

20-Ride Punch Passes

General public (6-64): $33.00
Senior (65+)/disabled $17.00
Express Route 300 $36.00

Monthly Passes

Tri Delta Transit Monthly Pass – $57.00
East Bay Value Pass $60.00 (no change)

For more information, visit www.trideltatransit.com… Read the rest.

Posted Aug 3, 2011
Bus Pass Saver Businesses

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You’re already saving money by taking transit.
Maybe you’re also saving money with a bus pass, too. Do you have one of the following Tri Delta Transit passes?

Day Pass – $3  (two sing ride tickets with no transfers is $3.50)
Fixed Route Monthly Pass -$50

Day Passes make a lot of sense. You can enjoy unlimited rides all day for a minimum savings of  $0.50, and receive discounts at selected retailers.

Posted Jul 19, 2011
East Bay Map

Contra Costa County has three great bus services, but sometimes your day takes you beyond the service area of just one.
If you live in the County Connection territory but need to get to Rodeo, served by WestCAT, you have to make a transfer. Already these agencies do their best to make transfers line up for a hassle-free connection.
With a new unlimited inter-agency pass, traveling between WestCat, Wheels, Tri Delta Transit, and The County Connection… Read the rest just got easier.

Posted Mar 15, 2011

Receive a Tri Delta Transit Summer Youth Bus Pass by attending this year’s Contra Costa County Youth Summit hosted by Contra Costa County District V Supervisor Federal D. Glover. 511 Contra Costa has teamed up with Tri Delta Transit to provide attendees unlimited rides on Tri Delta Transit’s fixed route buses during the summer. Eligibillity requirements do apply and only a limited number of passes are available while supplies last.
The event is being held at Los Medanos College in Pittsburg on Saturday April 16th from 8am – 3pm…. Read the rest