Have You Taken BART's Late Night Bus Service Survey? – 511 Contra Costa

Have You Taken BART's Late Night Bus Service Survey?

(Take the survey here)
Via BART:

Would you take a late-night BART Express bus to get to your destination, on weekend nights after regular BART train service ended? Take the survey and let us know what you think.
Proposed BART Yellow Line Express buses would make the following Eastbay Station stops:
Rockridge, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, and Pittsburg/Bay Point
Proposed BART Green Line Express buses would make the following Eastbay Station stops:
Lake Merritt, Fruitvale, Bay Fair, Hayward, Union City, and Fremont
Stops were selected based on existing late night BART ridership, surveyed interest in service, and proximity to freeway/arterial off-ramps.

Map of Proposed Late Night BART Express Bus Service
 

Yellow Line buses would be operated by County Connection and Green Line by AC Transit
BART Express bus service would run at 20 to 30 minute headways starting after BART train service shuts down, and would have its last run leave downtown SF at around 2AM
 
Last Yellow-line East-bound train stops at Embarcadero at 12:26AM on Friday & Saturday Night
Last Blue-line East-bound train stops at Embarcadero at 12:16AM on Friday & Saturday Night
 
Late Night Express buses would stop at Existing AC Transit Line 800 All Nighter SF Bus Stops:

  • Van Ness  & Market     (Van Ness Station)            McCallister & Market    (Civic Center Station)
  • Powell & Market          (Powell Street Station)        Kearny & Market          (Montgomery Station)
  • Sutter & Market           (Montgomery Station)         Beale & Howard            (Embarcadero Station)

    BART will explore extending this service into the Mission District
 
AC Transit 800 All Nighter Service already serves the BART Red Line well with half-hour headways from 12:30AM to 6:00AM on weekends. It also stops at the West Oakland, 12th Street, 19th Street, and MacArthur BART Stations
 
One Year Pilot Project Budget is:       $800,000  Total Cost
                                                              550,000  Bus Operator Contracts
                                                              125,000  Customer Service & Outreach
                                                                75,000   Signage, Bus Stop Improvements
                                                                50,000   Program Management
 
Funding Plan:                                      $500,000   Alameda / Contra Costa CMA’s ($298k/$202k)
                                                               200,000  BART Operating Budget
                                                               100,000  Fare Revenues ($4.20 per trip fare)

To provide your feedback, be sure to take BART’s survey!
 

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