New Pivot Point Commuter Hubs are open and helping ease traffic, while providing access to parking, carpools, bike lockers and transbay bus service.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in sharply declining ridership and emergency funding to support essential transit service remains in doubt.
The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) continues its reNEW Plan commitment – developing technologies to safeguard against the risk of COVID-19 transmission – by launching the ACT RealTime Rider Capacity Feature, exclusively on Tempo Line 1T.
MTC has teamed up with the Oakland Athletics, AC Transit and social service agencies to help lower-income Alameda County residents cast general election ballots on or before Election Day. Read More
AC Transit launched its mobile App this week.
AC Transit will reopen the Customer Service Center on Monday, October 12, 2020. Read More
AC Transit will resume fare collection on Monday, October 19. Fare collection was suspended because of COVID-19.
As Alameda and Contra Costa counties gradually reopen, many AC Transit riders are returning to the workforce or resuming some part of their previous daily activities and the agency wants to hear from those riders. Read More
Trains on the Bay Bridge? A streetcar rolling down Sloat Boulevard in San Francisco? Rails out to the Cliff House?