The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) is the steward of a large-scale public investment, which includes important real property assets essential to BART’s operation. These assets also contribute to the ongoing financial viability of the transit system. Recent system extensions and federal, state and regional policy direction to concentrate growth around transit further enhances the value of these assets. By promoting high quality, more intensive development on and near BART-owned properties, the District can increase ridership, support long-term system capacity and generate new revenues for transit. Also, such development creates attractive investment opportunities for the private sector and facilitates local economic development goals.
NEW TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT POLICY:
On June 9 2016, the BART Board of Directors adopted a new Transit-Oriented Development Policy (93 Kb .pdf).
BART is currently engaged in 18 transit-oriented development projects at its stations, representing over $2.4 billion in private investment. Here is an overview of BART's Transit-Oriented Development Project's (5.0 Mb .pdf) and Performance Targets (126 Kb .pdf).
BART'S DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR STATION RETAIL:
The Station Retail Design and Development Standard (77 Kb .pdf).
WEST OAKLAND STATION DEVELOPER CONCEPTUAL RENDERINGS:
February 27, 2016 CHEC Community Meeting Renderings (12.0 Mb .pdf)
BART Property Development Staff
Sean Brooks, Department Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 464-6114
Abigail Thorne-Lyman, TOD Program Manager, email@example.com (510) 464-6140
Yvette McCoy, Principal Property Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 464-6888
Bruno Peguese, Principal Property Development Officer, email@example.com (510) 464-6879
John Rennels, Principal Property Development Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org (510) 464-6893
Paul Voix, Principal Property Development Officer, email@example.com (510) 464-6287