Contra Costa County’s Integrated Transit Plan

All five bus service providers in Contra Costa County are coming together with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) to develop an Integrated Transit Plan that will improve transit services and coordination.

The plan will optimize the bus network with a focus on:

  • Better connections to regional services, like BART and Capitol Corridor
  • Improvements for increased speed and reliability
  • Enhancements to improve riders’ transit experience

Get Involved

We need your input! What would help you get where you need to go using public transit? Fill out the brief survey linked below to give your feedback on how we can improve connectivity and reliability. Participate in our survey and you could be one of five lucky winners to receive a $100 Clipper card.

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Project Background

Contra Costa residents want to drive less, but many still rely on cars. This is due in part to the challenges of using public transit, such as insufficient connections between transit provider services and long wait times. The system needs to be updated to meet the needs of today’s travelers.

The Integrated Transit Plan will enable Contra Costa County’s five bus operators to meet the transportation challenges of the future. The plan will focus on:

  • Coordination: Identify ways to improve coordination between transit providers so that riders have convenient and seamless travel. Improved coordination will also result in more efficient use of public funds.
  • Innovation: Explore emerging technologies to enhance Contra Costa County’s transit system, like on-demand shuttles that get people to transit, Mobility as a Service, and traffic signals that prioritize the movement of buses.
  • Equity: Improve transit so that all communities and residents benefit, including travelers from equity priority communities and people with disabilities.
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