On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Monday, January 17), some transit agencies will provide regular weekday service while others will run on modified schedules. Below, we’ve collected information on Contra Costa holiday transit service for easy reference.
On New Year’s Eve, some transit agencies serving Contra Costa will operate on modified schedules while others will provide regular weekday service. On New Year’s Day, all transit agencies will run on weekend or holiday schedules, except for those providing no service: County Connection, San Francisco Bay Ferry, SolTrans, Fairfield & Suisun Transit, and Golden Gate Bus.
Late Night BART Service from San Francisco: On New Years Eve, BART will be deploying two extra sets of trains, for revelers attending San Francisco events. The last East Bay bound train running through Downtown San Francisco will be at around 1:30am. For full details, refer to this article on BART.gov. (Parking at all BART stations is free after 3pm on Friday. You can also leave your car overnight if necessary. Parking is free on weekends.)
Free Rides on Transit: Both AC Transit and SF Muni are offering free rides on all lines from 8pm New Year’s Eve through 5am New Year’s Day. This includes all AC Transit Transbay buses. Caltrain is also offering free rides starting at 8pm New Year’s Eve until the end of special late night service.
On Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 25), all transit agencies serving Contra Costa County will run on modified schedules. In addition, some agencies will run on modified schedules the day after Thanksgiving (Nov. 26).
On Veterans Day (Wednesday, Nov. 11), most transit agencies serving Contra Costa will run on regular weekday schedules. Tri Delta Transit, WestCAT, SolTrans, and FAST Transit will operate on modified schedules. We’ve collected service information for all transit providers for easy reference.