Warm Springs Station Electric Vehicle Charging Pilot Starts 4/20/2017
Updated August 2018, effective October 15, 2018
Effective October 15, 2018, new permit options are available to BART riders using the EV charging stations at Warm Springs. Information below does not represent the latest pertinent information regarding the EV charging stations at Warm Springs Station. Please see here for parking permit and charging hours information and here for frequently asked questions.
The Warm Springs Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Pilot provides EV charging for BART riders. Warm Springs is the first BART station with EV charging stations. There are 42 Level 2 charging stations available. EV charging parking fees apply Monday through Friday from 4am to 3pm. The charging stations will open Thursday, April 20.
Where are the EV charging stations located?
39 stations are located in the Fee parking area with signs designating the spaces for EV use (but you must purchase a permit in advance—see below). 3 stations are in the ADA Accessible lot. See map on reverse side.
What is the cost to use the EV charging stations?
Use of the electricity to charge your vehicle is free, but daily EV Charging Single Day Reserved permits are required ($6.00 per day). Go to select-a-spot.com/bart to purchase permits.
For ADA lot EV charging spaces, Daily Parking fees are required ($3.00 per day). Remember your stall number and pay at the Add Fare Machine inside the BART station.
EV Charging Single Day Reserved permits and ADA lot Daily Parking fees are required Monday through Friday from 4am to 3pm. Payment is not required on weekends and holidays.
How do I use the EV charging stations?
Tap your ChargePoint card over the charging station’s reader symbol to start a charging session. If you do not have a ChargePoint account, dial 1-888-758-4389 to begin a charging session. After authorizing, remove the connector from the holster and plug it into your EV.
Your vehicle MUST be plugged in while parked at an EV charging space. The connector must be removed from its holster and plugged into your vehicle. All vehicles that are not EVs and/or are not plugged in at designated EV charging spaces on weekdays from 4am to 3pm are subject to fines.
Standard BART weekday time limits apply (24-hour weekday time limit). Vehicles left at BART parking facilities for more than 24 hours are subject to fines.
Please note that this is a Pilot program. EV parking fees and regulations are subject to change.
We welcome your questions and feedback on the EV Charging Pilot. Please email us at BARTEVPilot@bart.gov.