Contact BART


There are multiple ways to contact BART depending on your needs.

Contacting Customer Services

You can call Customers Services from 8:30am-5pm Monday- Friday or leave a message at 510-464-7134.

You can Send us an email

You can Tweet us at @SFBART - Customer Service Reps are staffed Monday-Friday 9am-5pm

You can pick up a postage-paid comment card from a Station Agent or write us at:

Customer Service
Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
P.O. Box 12688
Oakland CA 94604-2688

Trip Planning Assistance

Need help planning a BART trip? Call the BART Transit Information Center at one of the local numbers listed below. Staff is available Monday-Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm, excluding most Holidays. Trip planning tools are available on the BART homepage.

Local Telephone Numbers

Oakland/Berkeley/San Leandro 510 465-2278

San Francisco/Daly City 415 989-2278

South San Francisco/San Bruno/San Mateo 650 992-2278

Concord/Walnut Creek/Lafayette/Antioch/Pittsburg/Livermore/Orinda 925 676-2278

Hayward/San Leandro/Fremont/Union City/Dublin/Pleasanton 510 441-2278

Richmond/El Cerrito 510 236-2278

All other locations 510 465-2278

Contacting BART Police

Call BART Police Dispatch to report crimes in progress, suspicious activity,
or to file a police report 510-464-7000 or 911

Contact BART Police for non-emergency matters 877 679-7000

For additional BART Police contact information visit: www.bart.gov/about/police/contact

Complaints About BART Police

Office of the Independent Police Auditor 510 874-7477

Other Helpful Contacts

TDD (Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf)510 839-2220

Elevator Availability 510 834-LIFT or 888 235-3828

Lost & Found 510 464-7090 or www.bart.gov/lostandfound

Graffiti Hotline 510 464-6740

BART Main Line 510-464-6000

Public records requests can be submitted in person, mailed or emailed to:

Public Records Request
c/o District Secretary
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District
300 Lakeside Drive, 23rd Floor, Oakland, California 94612
Email: records@bart.gov

Your request should be specific and should describe the records in detail (including time frame if applicable) to ensure identification of responsive records. Access to District records are regulated by the California Public Records Act