New parking garage construction on the south lot at Walnut Creek Station begins 2/3 Update


New parking garage construction on the south lot at Walnut Creek Station begins 2/3 Update

Update: The south lot will close on Saturday 2/3 and Attended Assisted parking begins Monday (2/05) morning in the parking garage. Click on the link below to learn more.

We are making improvements to parking and access at Walnut Creek Station and beginning construction on the new 900+ stall parking garage in the South parking lot. Amenities will include a new bus facility, enhanced bike and pedestrian paths, a new BART Police station, and artwork by Dan Corson. Construction of the new parking garage is anticipated to be completed by late 2018. 

Access to the existing parking lots and roads around the station will change in order to accommodate construction. There will be no loss of parking during construction and station access for pedestrians, cyclists, cars, and buses will be maintained throughout construction.

During construction of the new garage in step three of the project, the South parking lot will close and permit parking will move to the lower deck of the existing garage. To maintain the same parking capacity throughout construction, attendant assisted parking will be available for fee parkers in the existing garage at no extra cost (M-Fri 7am to 10pm). For more information about attendant assisted parking, please visit the website One entrance to the station from Ygnacio Valley Road will also close and passenger drop off will be moved to the North side of the existing garage. See the construction access map for more information.

Please follow instructions from work crews and BART employees, and comply with signs and fencing around work areas. There will be no interruption in BART service, and the same amount of existing parking will be available during construction.

For additional project information, frequently asked questions, and construction updates please visit If you have comments or questions about the project, email [email protected] or call the hotline at (925) 262-2030.

We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience.