Contra Costa Air Quality

Stretch your commuting dollar by taking advantage of our ‘Buy One, Get One’ offers! 511 Contra Costa has partnered with county transit agencies to offer two-for-one deals on the following cards and passes: County Connection – Express Monthly Pass or Commuter Card WestCAT – 31-Day Lynx Transbay Pass Tri Delta Transit – Commuter 20-Ride Pass SolTrans – Monthly Pass for Routes 78 & 80 Taking advantage of the offer is easy – just download a form & apply.... Read the rest
For 2018, the Fourth of July falls on a Wednesday. As a result, all transit agencies serving Contra Costa will be running on modified schedules for the holiday. NOTE: County Connection will offer no service July 4th. Click any link below for additional schedule information. BART: Sunday schedule AC Transit: Sunday schedule WestCAT: Sunday schedule County Connection: No service Tri Delta Transit: Sunday schedule – only Routes 392, 393, 394, 395 and 396 in service Wheels (LAVTA): Weekend schedule – only Routes 1, 3, 8, 10R, 14, 15, 30R in service Capitol Corridor: Weekend/Holiday schedule; No bus service to/from the Pier 39 Fisherman’s Wharf stop between noon and midnight – affects buses connecting to EB trains 742 and 744 & WB trains 727 and 729... Read the rest
On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Monday, January 18), some transit agencies will run on regular weekday schedules while others will run on holiday schedules. We’ve collected the transit schedules for easy reference. Click any link below for additional schedule information. BART: Saturday schedule AC Transit: Sunday schedule WestCAT: Saturday Service: Express JR/JR, DAR, Local (11, 19) No JX, JPX, 30Z, or C3 Service Modified Holiday Service: LYNX Capitol Corridor: Regular weekday schedule County Connection: Regular weekday schedule Tri Delta Transit: Routes 392, 393, 394 and 395 on Sunday schedule; no other service Wheels (LAVTA): Regular Saturday service plus the addition of limited service on Routes 20x, 70x; no service on Rapid... Read the rest
Not that kind of lynx! Meet the WestCAT Lynx, connecting Rodeo and Hercules to San Francisco’s Transbay Temporary Terminal. As the Contra Costa Times noted, ridership on the Lynx is up 15% since 2010. The Lynx now averages 680 riders a day. The Lynx runs a schedule from 5 am to 8:30 pm every weekday. Get from Hercules to Downtown San Francisco in 40 minutes! Read the whole schedule online. Tired of $4 gas, a $6 toll, and more than $20 in parking?... Read the rest
BART  unions announced their plans to strike on Sunday August 16, 2009 at Midnight. 511 Contra Costa has carpools for all commuters traveling to, from or through Contra Costa County and free WestCAT Lynx Express Bus passes for commuters traveling from Hercules to San Francisco. Click Here for the 511 Contra Costa carpool program. Click here for the Lynx Express bus pass. Vallejo Transit is adding more ferries. WestCAT is running the J and JPXservice to El Cerrito Del Norte BART  as well as Lynx service to San Francisco.... Read the rest