All About Walnut Creek BART - Walnut Creek, California

Walnut Creek BART Station

200 Ygnacio Valley Rd, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

(925) 676-2278

Walnut Creek is a raised BART station in Walnut Creek, California, on the Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) framework. The station is found north of downtown Walnut Creek, nearby Interstate 680 and close to the Ygnacio Valley Road and California Boulevard arterial streets. This BART Station is a key bit of foundation for a flourishing network that can likewise be portrayed as the business and arts place for the Contra Costa County.

 

History

Walnut Creek station opened on May 21, 1973 as a feature of an augmentation from MacArthur to Concord.

 

Because of Walnut Creek's high ridership and enormous catchment territory, BART proposed in 2004 that the station be the focal point of a travel arranged improvement conspire which incorporates 440 private units, 8,700 sq ft (810 m2) of office space, 33,000 sq ft (3,100 m2) of retail space, and 1,373 stopping spaces.

 

A parking area on the west side of the station shut on February 3, 2018. A 900-space parking structure was built in its place, which permitted other parking areas to be shut for the new development. The new and good as ever carport opened on March 29, 2019.
 

Layout/Connections

Walnut Creek station has two side stages with two tracks. Access to the tracks is given by a staircase, lift, and lift from the mezzanine, which houses nine charge entryways.

 

Continued support at the station has made it moved toward becoming packed and blocked, making accessibility less available; BART is anticipating building a moment entrance, including new charge entryways and stage access in methods for calming conceivable crisis perils and a disagreeable encounter.

 

The Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Center is an exchange point for various County Connection nearby and express courses.

 

Weekday courses incorporate 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 15, 21, 25, 93X, 95X, 96X, and 98X. End of the week courses incorporate 310, 311, and 321. Extraordinary school courses are 601 and 602. At long last, the Early Bird Express is 715.

 

The station is additionally served by a few longer-remove courses from other travel organizations: SolTrans Solano Express Yellow Line and WHEELS course 70X.

 

All transports stop at busways on the southeast side of the station.

 

Ridership and Service

With 7,138 leaves every weekday starting at 2016, Walnut Creek is the third-busiest in Contra Costa County, outperformed by Pleasant Hill and El Cerrito del Norte stations. In its 2004 far reaching station plan for Walnut Creek, BART anticipated a monstrous increment in ridership by 2025, assessing that more than 18,000 travelers would utilize the station every day (the two passages and ways out).

 

Walnut Creek station is on the Pittsburg/Bay Point – SFO/Millbrae line, the busiest line of the BART framework, with trains traveling southwest to Oakland, downtown San Francisco, and San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and upper east to Concord and Bay Point. During pinnacle hours trains touch base at successive interims of up to 4–6 minutes; during off-top hours this is diminished to 15-20 minutes. Moves to the Richmond-Millbrae and Richmond-Fremont lines are accessible at MacArthur and an exchange to the Dublin/Pleasanton line is accessible at West Oakland.