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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 Memorial Day (Monday, May 28), all transit agencies serving Contra Costa County will be on holiday-adjusted schedules. In addition, County Connection will offer no service Memorial Day. Click any link below for additional schedule information. Memorial Day BART: Sunday service AC Transit: Sunday service WestCAT: Sunday service Capitol Corridor: Weekend/holiday service County Connection: No service Tri Delta Transit: Sunday schedule (Available Routes: 392, 393, 394, 395) Wheels (LAVTA): Weekend service (Available Routes: 1, 3, 8, 10R, 14, 15, 30R)... Read the rest
On Monday, May 22nd, Contra Costa County will host a community workshop on the I-680/Treat Boulevard Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Plan. The goal is to identifiy improvements to serve bicyclists and pedestrians using the Treat Boulevard/I-680 corridor between the Iron Horse Trail, through the Interstate-680 (I-680) over-crossing near the Contra Costa Centre/Pleasant Hill BART station area, and extending west to Geary Road/North Main Street in the City of Walnut Creek. Since the I-680/Treat Blvd overcrossing is one of the main arteries into the Contra Costa Centre/Pleasant Hill BART area from areas of Walnut Creek west of the freeway, residents and commuters are encouraged to attend this meeting and give feedback.... Read the rest
Is getting around West County getting harder? Is traffic on I-80 at every hour of the day getting you down? If you’re interested in providing input to the design of public transportation that works for you, join staff and other citizens at a community workshop to help shape the future of transit in West County. The West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (WCCTAC) is hosting a series of community workshops and an online survey to develop realistic public transportation alternatives to driving and commuting on congested roadways.... Read the rest
The Draft Walnut Creek Pedestrian Master Plan is now available for public review! The City of Walnut Creek wants your feedback and will be accepting public comments – via phone, online and at meetings – through Friday, June 12, 2015. The Pedestrian Master Plan (PMP) is Walnut Creek’s first citywide planning effort focused on making walking safer, easier and more popular. The finished PMP will: Outline goals, policies and actions to guide the evolution of walking in the city.... Read the rest
Seniors and disabled persons in the Livermore area who are interested in transportation services or a free Senior Clipper Card, and instruction on how to use it, are invited to attend an event on Tuesday, April 28 in Livermore. Free Senior Clipper Cards will be issued at the event, and attendees will receive instruction on how to use the cards on buses and trains. In addition, BART, Wheels bus (LAVTA) and Community Resources for Independent Living (CRIL) will be present to explain discounts available with Senior Clipper Cards and give information on transportation services that exist for seniors and the disabled.... Read the rest
As a part of its new rail car project BART has announced it plans to hold three community meetings some time in the Summer and Fall of 2009.  They will be held across the BART service area.  This will be your opportunity to give input on the next generation of BART rail cars to be in service for the next 30 years. From the BART New Rail Car Project website: Many of the BART cars in service today have been running since 1972.... Read the rest