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On Christmas Day, all transit agencies serving Contra Costa County will be on Sunday or Holiday schedules. Since Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday, all agencies will provide their usual Sunday service on December 24. Click any link below for additional schedule information. Christmas Eve (Sunday, Dec. 24) All Contra Costa transit agencies will operate on their usual Sunday schedules (BART, AC Transit, County Connection, Capitol Corridor, Wheels, Tri Delta Transit, WestCAT) Christmas Day (Monday, Dec.... Read the rest
On Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23), all transit agencies serving Contra Costa County will be running on modified schedules. In addition, some agencies will have modified schedules the day after Thanksgiving (Nov. 24). Click any link below for detailed schedule information. Thanksgiving Day – Nov. 23 BART – Sunday service AC Transit – Sunday service County Connection – No service WestCAT – Sunday service Wheels – Special service: Routes 10R, 14, 15 and 30R only (on a Weekend schedule) Tri Delta Transit – Sunday service: only routes 392, 393, 394 and 395 operating Capitol Corridor – Weekend/Holiday service Day After Thanksgiving – Nov.... Read the rest
Between the 12-cent-per-gallon increase in the gas tax and being able to earn $2 credit each trip, there’s never been a better time to trade your solo commute for a shared ride! Whether you fill an empty seat in your car or catch a ride as a passenger, carpooling is a great way to save money. Thanks to a partnership between 511 Contra Costa and Scoop, when you use the Scoop app to match with another commuter for your ride to work, you get a $2 credit.... Read the rest
On Monday, September 4, County Connection will offer no service. All other transit agencies in Contra Costa will operate on Sunday schedules. For more information about specific schedules, use the links below. Transit Operators Running Sunday Service on Labor Day AC Transit BART Capitol Corridor Tri Delta Transit – Only Routes 392, 393, 394 & 395 in service WestCAT Wheels (LAVTA) No Labor Day Service County Connection... Read the rest
Want an easy way to improve transit service in central Contra Costa? Take County Connection’s Community Survey! Residents of central Contra Costa are being asked to complete a 5-minute survey. The responses will help County Connection make planning and service decisions, so your feedback matters! Click here to take the survey.... Read the rest
Did you know you can catch a ride across the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge without an app for an average cost of $1? You can! And it’s not a new service, it’s Casual Carpool – helping commuters reduce their travel time between San Francisco & the East Bay for almost 40 years. Offering a dollar to the driver (to contribute to the $2.50 toll and gas) is just one of the ‘unspoken’ rules of Casual Carpool.... Read the rest
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority is updating the Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan and they need your input. The Plan will help coordinate local plans for bicycle and pedestrian networks and help the Authority better understand where and how often people walk and bike. The last update to the Plan was in 2009, so your comments and ideas on how the new plan should look are vital. There are two ways to get participate – online or by attending an upcoming event in Contra Costa: July 8, 2017 (Saturday) – Pinole Farmers’ Market – 9am-1pm July 15th, 2017 (Saturday) – Brentwood Farmers’ Market – 8am-noon If you would like to participate in the planning process online or would like more information about the Plan update, visit KeepContraCostaMoving.net.... Read the rest
For 2017, the Fourth of July falls on a Tuesday. As a result, all transit agencies serving Contra Costa will be running on modified schedules for the holiday. Click any link below for additional schedule information. BART: Sunday schedule AC Transit: Sunday schedule WestCAT: Sunday schedule Capitol Corridor: Weekend/Holiday schedule County Connection: No service Tri Delta Transit: Sunday schedule Wheels (LAVTA): Weekend schedule... Read the rest
Last week BART conducted a Twitter Town Hall, fielding questions from the public on a variety of topics. Great information came out of it including plans & projects affecting Contra Costa. We collected the Contra Costa-related questions and responses below: Hercules/Richmond (West CoCo Transit Study): @SFBART Are there any plans to extend SF BART northbound to SMART in Marin county, and Richmond line up to Vallejo? #AskSFBART — ?Niktereuto? (@Niktereuto) May 23, 2017 Marin- No.... Read the rest
Bay Area traffic is bad. In fact, it’s the second-worst in the nation. So why aren’t more people carpooling? Because carpooling can be difficult. With Scoop, it’s easy. The Scoop app connects you with commuters traveling in the same direction, building your carpool for you. The app even handles directions and rider-to-driver payments. All you need to do is tell the app where you’re starting from, where you’re headed, and what time you want to leave before the deadline (9pm for the morning commute, 3:30pm for the afternoon) and it does the rest.... Read the rest