North Concord / Martinez Station

3700 Port Chicago Highway / Concord, CA 94520

Service Advisories

Welcome to North Concord / Martinez

The North Concord/Martinez station opened December 16, 1995 and briefly served as "end of the line" until BART completed the Pittsburg/Bay Point extension over Willow Pass in 1996.

Latest News

Saturday service for 2018 Martin Luther King holiday, free parking
Temporary parking changes in south lot at Fruitvale Station

Lines Serving this Station

  • Pittsburg/Bay Point to/from SFIA/Millbrae

Real Time Departures

Next trains departing from North Concord / Martinez Station:

For Real Time Departure information, please use the Real Time Arrival page in the Schedules section.


North Concord/Martinez Station has Monthly, Single Day and Airport/Long-Term Reserved reserved permit parking, Daily and Carpool parking ($3 per day), and Extended Weekend.. See the parking section for details about each program.

Map of parking locations

Estimated Fill time:  8:30am


Bike Racks: Yes
Bike racks are available at most BART stations. Please review the BART Bike Rules.

Bike Station: None

FREE secure bike parking is available at several BART stations. Visit the Bike Section for more Bike Station information.

Bike Lockers: 8 shared use electronic lockers are located at this station. Read more about electronic lockers. 16 keyed lockers are located at this station. Call Customer Services at 510-464-7133 to ask about availability of keyed bicycle lockers. Many stations have a wait list. Download an application form for keyed bicycle lockers.

Connecting Transit Routes

This station is served by County Connection on weekdays.


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Elevator Locations / Accessible Path

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