About Us

511 Contra Costa is your 411 on transportation

Looking for everything you need to know about transportation in Contra Costa County? 511 Contra Costa is your resource. We provide campaigns and services for commuters and residents who are interested in exploring various modes of personal travel.  511 Contra Costa can help you plan a bike route, navigate the wealth of public transit options, take advantage of the HOV lanes and HOT lanes, and find the best rideshare program whether it be a traditional employer-based program or a dynamic ridesharing options including Scoop, Waze, Uber Pool, Lyft Line and more.

Use our comprehensive transit maps to find your way around using the various public transportation agencies in our area. Need to find your nearest Park & Ride lot, or help a friend plan a trip from Santa Barbara to Martinez via train? Are you mapping a bike route to work and want to know more about avoiding hills or how you can make your workplace more bike friendly? Whether you’re a cyclist, a commuter, a business owner, or a parent of school-aged children, 511 Contra Costa has you covered.

Our Purpose

511 Contra Costa is a comprehensive Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program that promotes alternatives to the single-occupant vehicle. We strive to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by serving Contra Costa County with tools and incentives promoting alternatives to driving alone. We encourage the use of shared modes of transportation like carpool and vanpool, public transit trips by bus train and ferry, and active commutes like bicycling and walking, all of which results in the reduction in single-occupant vehicle trips. We also encourage alternate work schedules and working from home which saves time, money, and eliminates the commute trip entirely. We can all reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by maximizing the use of our entire transportation network.


511 Contra Costa is sponsored by all twenty jurisdictions in Contra Costa County (California) through the four regional transportation planning committees: SWAT (Southwest county), TRANSPAC (Central county), TRANSPLAN (East county), and WCCTAC (West county) and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority.


Funding for 511 Contra Costa programs is provided primarily by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Transportation Fund for Clean Air and the local half-cent sales tax, known as Measure J, approved by voters in in 2004 and administered by the Contra Costa Transportation Authority.

Contact Us

Email: hello@511contracosta.org
Phone: 925.969.0841 x204

Locate a 511 Contra Costa Office

(serving the regional transportation planning committees of TRANSPAC and TRANSPLAN)

Represents the cities of Clayton, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Walnut Creek, Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, Pittsburg, and unincorporated areas of central and eastern Contra Costa. Programs include:

Program Manager: Corinne Dutra-Roberts
Phone: 925.969.1193
Email: corinne@511contracosta.org
Snail mail: P.O. Box 23675, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Program administrator website: Contra Costa Transportation Authority

(serving the regional transportation planning committee of SWAT)

Represents the cities of Lafayette, Orinda, San Ramon, Danville, Moraga, and unincorporated areas of southwest Contra Costa. Project oversight includes:

Program Manager: Darlene Amaral
Phone: 925.973.2655
Email: damaral@511contracosta.org
Snail mail: 2401 Crow Canyon Rd, San Ramon, CA  94583
Oversight committee website: SWAT

(serving the regional transportation planning committee of WCCTAC)

Represents the cities of El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Hercules, Kensington, Pinole, Richmond, Rodeo, San Pablo, and other unincorporated areas of western Contra Costa. Project oversight includes:

Program Manager: Coire Reilly
Phone: 510.210-5932  Note: office is closed Fridays
Email:  creilly@511contracosta.org
Snail mail: 6333 Potrero Avenue, El Cerrito, CA 94530
Oversight committee website: WCCTAC

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