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.

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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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