Bart opening information and FAQs

In preparation for the opening of the Antioch BART Station and the completion of the widening of highway 4, Tri Delta Transit is making several changes to the current bus system. Many of the changes are the result of input from our riders who participated in public meetings to plan our system changes. Your input is greatly appreciated.

SYSTEM CHANGE SUMMARY

WEEKDAYS

Route 200
No Route Change. Time changes only.
Route 201
No Route Change. Time changes only.
Route 300
Route ends at new Antioch BART station. Will not continue to Bay Point BART. Operates during morning and afternoon/evening commute hours only.
Route 379
No Route Change. Time changes only.
Route 380
Route ends at Antioch BART Station. Does not continue to Wilbur Ave.
Route 381
No Route Change. Time changes only.
Route 383
No longer a loop run - will operate eastbound and westbound service. Route no longer deviates through neighborhoods during AM & PM. New Route starts on Wilbur Ave in Antioch and ends at Blue Goose Park in Brentwood. Route no longer travels along Lone Tree/Hillcrest in Antioch
384 (NEW)
Antioch BART to Brentwood Park and Ride via Deer Valley, Lone Tree, and Brentwood Blvd.
385
No Route Change. Time changes only.
386
Route Eliminated
387
Route No longer ends on Wilbur Ave. Route starts and ends at Antioch BART
388
No Route Change. Time changes only.
389
No Route Change. Time changes only.
390
Route ends at new Pittsburg Center BART. No longer continues to Bay Point BART.
391
Route ends at new Pittsburg Center BART station. Does not continue to Bay Point BART

WEEKENDS

392
No Route Change. Time changes only.
393
Route now between Brentwood Park & Ride and Antioch BART only.
394
No Route Change. Time changes only.
395
No Route Change. Time changes only.
396 (NEW)
Service between Somersville Towne Center Mall and Bay Point Loop. Includes stop at Bay Point BART.

A preview of the revised system and the new schedule is being provided early to prepare you for all system changes. Please review the system map and all routes and maps to determine which ones will meet your needs.

ROUTE CHANGE FAQs

The following information is being provided to address questions about bus service in preparation for the opening of BART in Antioch and Pittsburg. While we do not yet have all of the information to answer every question, we want to share with you what we know at this time. Please read the information provided. If you have additional questions, feel free to email us at comments@eccta.org. This information will be updated as information becomes available.

WILL THE NEW BART STATIONS AFFECT BUS SERVICE?

Yes. Tri Delta Transit bus service will be modified in preparation for the opening of the Antioch and Pittsburg Center BART stations as well as new traffic patterns resulting from the widening of Highway 4. Routes will change, new routes will be added, and times will change.

WHAT CHANGES TO BUS SERVICE SHOULD WE EXPECT?

Many of the planned changes to our service are the result of direct input from our riders who participated in public meetings to plan our system changes. Your input is greatly appreciated. The new bus system & schedule will include:

  • There will be a total of 20 bus routes to serve you compared to 17 currently.
  • Some existing routes will be divided into two separate routes. By creating two shorter routes instead of one longer route, on-time performance should be improved.
  • All bus schedules/departure times will be updated.
  • Scheduled time point locations will be updated on many routes.
  • Some routes that currently have timed route deviations (ie. Route 383) will operate a fixed route without deviations.
  • Route 386 will be eliminated.

WHEN WILL BUS SERVICE CHANGE?

The new bus schedule takes effect Saturday, May 26, 2018.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO EXPRESS ROUTE 300 TO BART?

Route 300 will continue to operate limited-stop service between Brentwood, Oakley, and Antioch BART. However, Route 300 will not will operate continuously throughout the day—it will operate during morning and afternoon/evening commute hours only. Route 300 will no longer continue to Pittsburg/Bay Point BART—it will end at the new Antioch BART station. All current Route 300 bus stops in Brentwood, Oakley and Antioch will remain the same. Route 300 cash fares will be lowered to the local route fare. The discounted multi-day and multi-ride pass price will not change. To preview Route 300 changes, click:
300 Westbound
300 eastbound:

WHAT OTHER CHANGES/REVISIONS TO CURRENT ROUTES CAN WE EXPECT?

  • Route 380 will no longer travel on E. 18th Street, Cavallo Road, and Wilbur Avenue (to Tri Delta Transit’s administrative office) in Antioch. It will start/end service at the new Antioch BART and travel to the Pittsburg/Bay Point BART station.
  • Route 383 will no longer be a loop. It will operate eastbound & westbound like other routes. It will no longer deviate through neighborhoods in mornings and afternoons. It will be a shorter, fixed-service route that travels from Tri Delta Transit’s Administrative office on Wilbur Avenue in Antioch to Grant Street in Brentwood.
  • Route 386 between Discovery Bay and Brentwood will be eliminated.
  • Route 387 will no longer travel to Tri Delta Transit’s administrative office on Wilbur Avenue in Antioch. It will use Cavallo Road and continue to the new Antioch BART station.
  • Route 390 will be shortened, ending service at the new Pittsburg Center BART station. It will no longer travel to Pittsburg/Bay Point BART.
  • Route 391 will be shortened, ending service at the new Pittsburg Center BART station. It will no longer travel to Pittsburg/Bay Point BART.
  • Route 393 will only travel between Brentwood Park & Ride and Antioch BART. To continue to Pittsburg/Bay Point transfer to Route 394 at Antioch BART

WHAT ABOUT PARKING AT THE NEW BART STATIONS?

ANTIOCH BART PARKING

When Antioch BART opens, the parking lot will no longer be available as a Park & Ride—There will not be parking available for bus patrons, carpools, ride sharing, etc. The daily parking fee will be $3. Daily reserved parking fee is $6. eBART FAQ.

PITTSBURG CENTER BART PARKING

The Pittsburg Park & Ride on Bliss Avenue will become parking for the Pittsburg Center BART station and will no longer be available as a Park & Ride—There will not be parking available for bus patrons, carpools, ride sharing, etc. The daily parking fee will be $3. Daily reserved parking fee is $6. eBART FAQ.

BRENTWOOD PARK & RIDE

The Brentwood Park & Ride will remain available with free parking.

With the expected unavailability of parking at the Antioch and Pittsburg Center BART stations, we encourage you to look into the many local bus routes that serve these stations. There will be 14 local routes that will serve Antioch BART station and eight that will serve Pittsburg Center. At this time, we have no information about future locations for BART Park & Ride lots.

WHEN CAN WE SEE THE NEW BUS SCHEDULE?

Now! To see how Tri Delta Transit’s system will change in preparation for the new BART stations opening, click on the link below.

MORE QUESTIONS?

If you have specific questions about BART’s service, including parking at the Antioch and Pittsburg Center BART stations, please contact BART. If you have questions about bus service, please contact us at comments@eccta.org. Please keep in mind that, due to limited information available at this time, we will be limited in the responses we are able to provide.

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