Berkeley - El Cerrito Corridor Access Plan Comment Form

This comment form is to provide feedback or ideas related to access impacts from Transit-Oriented Development at El Cerrito Plaza, North Berkeley, Downtown Berkeley, and Ashby stations. Riders who use these stations and neighbors who live near the stations can give us station specific comments below or overall comments about the entire corridor. 

The Berkeley-El Cerrito Corridor Access Plan is focused on developing strategies along the Richmond line that more equitably distribute BART’s investments in walking, rolling, biking, riding transit, driving, and parking.

The study and public engagment process is a collaborative effort of BART and the cities of Berkeley and El Cerrito to identify station access strategies for communities served by the El Cerrito Plaza, North Berkeley, Downtown Berkeley, and Ashby BART stations before 2500 mixed-income apartments are built on the three parking lots through Transit-Oriented Development. 

Project Comment/Contact Form

Feel free to share your thoughts and ideas for the Berkeley-El Cerrito Corridor Access Plan. All input will be reviewed and considered as the plan is developed.

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1. Please introduce yourself

Opt-in: I would like to be regularly updated on the Berkeley-El Cerrito Corridor Access Plan activities by email   
 

Please do not place any personally identifiable information (name, phone, or email) within your comment
 

3. Select all topics that apply to your comment:

Accessing services
Biking and bike storage (including e-Bike)
Bike or scooter sharing (including e-Bike)
Designing access for all ages and abilities (universal access)
Carpooling
Car or moped sharing
Driving and parking (including motorcycle/moped)
Equity
Lighting
Passenger loading (drop off and pick up)
Safety
Scooting or skating
Taking buses or shuttles
Using taxis or ride hailing (for example, Uber/Lyft)
Walking
Other
 

4. In order to tailor this project to the needs of the communities along the Berkeley-El Cerrito corridor, we would like to know a bit more about you: