Station Access Studies & Projects


BART is undertaking studies and projects to advance the goals of our Station Access Policy and related Performance Measures and Targets. Check back regularly for updates and new initiatives.

STUDIES

BART Walk and Bicycle Network Gap Study

This is the first of three studies on the BART Walk and Bicycle Network. BART plans to post an administrative draft online for public review. 

COMING SOON

Multimodal Design
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North Concord to Antioch BART Access Study

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PROJECTS

MacArthur Lights Conceptual Designs

BART is working to improve the lighting along 40th Street at the I-580 underpass at the MacArthur BART station. To develop the lighting design, BART is coordinating with the City of Oakland, Caltrans and other agencies, with input from riders and the community.

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Image of 40th Street underpass adjacent to MacArthur station looking very dark and uninviting

North Berkeley Bicycle & Pedestrian Improvements

BART is designing bicycle and pedestrian improvements for North Berkeley Station to:

  •  Advance the 2016 Station Access Policy goals (safer,  healthier, greener) & targets (52% active access by 2025)
  • Give people who bike the same level of access to the station as people who walk and people who drive
  • Improve the Ohlone Greenway connection around the station area and up to Franklin Street

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Image of bike racks at North Berkeley

Dublin/Pleasanton Bicycle and Pedestrian Access Improvements

As an end-of-the-line station, Dublin/Pleasanton attracts BART riders from many distant locations. For these riders, the only really viable options for accessing BART are to drive and park at BART, or to ride a regional bus. 

This project aims to support existing biking and walking trips to BART, and to make walking and biking to BART a better, more attractive option for more people who can and want to walk and bike.

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Dublin Ped/Bike bridge image