Transit Service Updates – 511 Contra Costa
For additional information, click the name of any transit agency to visit their service updates page.
For transit service updates for the larger Bay Area, visit 511.org.
BART: Reduced Service
Trains now run every 30 minutes Monday-Friday. Operating hours are 5am-9pm Monday-Friday and 8am-9pm Saturday and Sunday. On weeknights, all riders must be in the system by 8:45pm to have a guaranteed ride to their destination. 3-line service now begins earlier in the evening and single tracking in San Francisco starts around 8pm.
- Weekday-only local lines and weekday-only Transbay lines will not operate
- Lines F, NL, O, and 800 will continue to operate
- Lines 800 and 801 will operate hourly
- Line 1 will operate hourly between midnight and 5:00am
AC Transit has implemented rear-door boarding on buses with multiple doors. Fare payment is not required until further notice. Passengers requiring ADA ramps, utilizing mobility devices or need priority seating may continue to use the front door for boarding. Wheelchair riders may be allowed onboard without securements by bus operators.
County Connection: No Fare Collection, Reduced Service
County Connection has already suspended fare collection on all routes including paratransit. Weekday local service has been temporarily reduced, and express service has been suspended except for Routes 98X & 99X. Please visit County Connection’s website for updated schedule and trip cancellation information.
WestCAT: Reduced Service, Boarding Changes, No Fare Collection, Face Coverings
All riders are asked to wear some form of face covering while riding WestCAT, per Bay Area public health recommendation. WestCAT isn’t collecting fares on any service until further notice and is suspending all mail orders.
The JX Route has been suspended. (Note: the J and JPX Routes will continue to operate.) WestCAT Lynx will operate on a holiday schedule only. WestCAT Paratransit service is currently unchanged. The Early Bird Express will continue to operate.
WestCAT is asking all riders to cover their face while riding public transit (per Bay Area public health recommendation). All passengers able to board & exit through the rear door should do so. WestCAT.
Tri Delta Transit: Boarding Changes, No Fare Collection
Passengers will board fixed-route buses through the rear door unless they require the wheelchair ramp. Additionally, no fares will be collected on any Tri Delta Transit buses.
Richmond Ferry: Suspended Service
The Richmond Ferry will not operate until further notice.
Capitol Corridor: Reduced Service
Train frequency has been reduced to five round trips daily between Sacramento and Oakland, with four of these round trips continuing to San Jose. This schedule will be the same all seven days of the week, meaning no weekend/holiday schedule differences.
Wheels Bus: Reduced Service, Boarding Changes, No Fare Collection
Wheels is currently operating at Service Level 3. This means:
- Rapid Routes 10R and 30R will continue to operate on a 30 minute frequency during hours when 15 minute frequency was previously offered
- Routes 1, 3, 8, 14 and 15 will operate on weekend schedules
- Route 2, 11, 20X, 70X and 580X will not operate
- All service after 11pm discontinued
- Routes 53 and 54 continue to operate subject to continuation of ACE service
- Dial-a-Ride Paratransit, Para-taxi and GoDublin still available
Passengers without disabilities are to use the rear door for boarding and exiting.
Altamont Corridor Express: Reduced Service, Ticketing Changes
ACE has suspended Saturday service as well as the ACE 05. 06, 07 and 10, and is running shorter trains. ACE has suspended in-person ticket sales at the Lathrop/Manteca and Tracy stations and is encouraging passengers to use mobile ticketing when boarding. In-person ticket sales will still be available during mornings at the Pleasanton station.
Golden Gate Transit: Reduced Service
Service adjustments have been made, including the cancellation of some southbound and northbound commute trips until further notice. Visit the Golden Gate Transit website for revised trip times for Routes 40 and 40X. Additional cancellations may be necessary on a daily basis.
Fairfield and Suisun Transit: Reduced Service, Boarding Changes, No Fare Collection
FAST local service and SolanoExpress commuter service have been reduced. Details of changes are available on FAST’s Service Advisory page. No fares are being collected and passengers are being asked to board and exit through the rear door if able to.
Solano Transit: Reduced Service, Boarding Changes, No Fare Collection
SolTrans Local, SolanoExpress, and Paratransit service are operating on a Saturday service schedule on weekdays until further notice. Passengers should board using the center doors. Those who need assistance from the ramp may board at the front doors. If possible, the use of Token Transit is recommended for easy visual fare adherence boarding (so that money does not need to be handled). SolTrans will not collect fares on Local, SolanoExpress and Paratransit service.
Effective Saturday, April 11, SolTrans will reduce Local, SolanoExpress and Paratransit service on Saturdays. Only the following routes will operate: 1, 7A, 7B, Yellow Line, Red Line, and Paratransit.