Posts Tagged "CCCTA"

County Connection expands service on select routes. Visit http://cccta.org/some-good-news-for-crowded-buses/; for full details

Concord, Calif. – Beginning next Monday, August 22nd the County Connection’s Free Ride trolley schedule will be adjusted to run later on Monday-Friday evenings. The trolley runs between the Walnut Creek BART station, the downtown shopping district, and the Broadway Plaza. And, as the name implies – it’s free to the riders. Service will be […]

Concord, Calif. – County Connection Route 4, The Free Ride Trolley, will operate later in the evening between Walnut Creek BART, downtown Walnut Creek, and the Broadway Plaza, during the busy holiday shopping season. The later service is subsidized by Macerich, owners of Broadway Plaza. Late evening service will be as follows: Sundays throughout season […]

Concord, Calif. – On Saturday, April 24th Contra Costa residents can get a sneak peak at County Connection’s first hybrid electric buses before they officially go into service. County Connection will host an Earth Day event from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Heather Farm Park in Walnut Creek. The public is invited to take a […]

The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority is conducting a Public Hearing at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 18, 2010 in the Board of Directors meeting room at County Connection’s administrative office, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way . The purpose of this hearing is to receive citizen comment on CCCTA’s draft ten-year Short Range Transit Plan FY2010-FY2019. […]

Effective Sunday, December 27, 2009, The County Connection will implement a number of changes to its weekday bus routes. The changes are intended to address overcrowding on routes, improve BART and bus connections and to help buses stay on schedule. Affected routes are: 2, 5, 6L, 7, 9, 10, 11, 20 and 28. New schedules […]