Union City Station

10 Union Square / Union City, CA 94587

Service Advisories

Welcome to Union City

Incorporated in 1959, Union City combined the communities of Alvarado, Decoto, and New Haven. Alvarado was the original county seat of Alameda County, and the site of the first county courthouse is a California Historical Landmark.

Latest News

New art work by Tom Patti installed for BART to OAK
Board approves Civic Center bike station

Lines Serving this Station

  • Richmond to/from Fremont
  • Daly City to/from Fremont

Real Time Departures

Next trains departing from Union City Station

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

Parking

This station has Monthly Reserved, Single Day Reserved, Airport/Long Term, Extended Weekend and Daily Fee ($2.50) parking. See the parking section for details about each program.

Map of parking locations

Estimated Parking Fill Time: 7:30 AM

Bikes

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: 20 shared use electronic lockers are located at this station. Read more about electronic lockers. 20 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 AC Transit, VTA/Dumbarton Express and Union City Transit.

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Elevator Locations / Accessible Path

Learn more about the accessible path for this station.

Projects/Plans

Learn more about planning activity at this station and throughout Alameda County.