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January 7, 2014 > Some BART parking fees increase

Some BART parking fees increase

Submitted By BART

A $0.50 daily parking fee increase will take effect at many stations starting January, 2014. New parking fees include:

Jan 13, 2014
Fremont Line: Fremont ($2 per day), Union City ($2 per day), San Leandro ($2 per day), Fruitvale ($2 per day), and Lake Merritt ($2 per day).

Pittsburg/Bay Point Line: Pittsburg/Bay Point ($2 per day), Pleasant Hill ($2 per day),
Walnut Creek ($2 per day), Lafayette ($2 per day), Orinda ($2 per day), and Rockridge ($2 per day).

Daly City and Millbrae Lines: Daly City ($3 per day).


Jan 27, 2014
Dublin/Pleasanton Line: Dublin/Pleasanton ($2 per day), West Dublin/Pleasanton ($2 per day), and Castro Valley ($2 per day).

Richmond Line: El Cerrito Del Norte ($2 per day), El Cerrito Plaza ($2 per day), North Berkeley ($2 per day), Ashby ($2 per day), and Macarthur ($2 per day).

West Oakland ($6 per day).

No Change in Daily Fees
Glen Park ($2 per day), Richmond ($1 per day), South Hayward ($1 per day), Bay Fair ($1.50 per day), Colma ($2.50 per day), South San Francisco ($2 per day), San Bruno ($2 per day), Millbrae ($2 per day).


Parking lot usage is evaluated every 6 months. If the lot at a station is full, then the daily parking fee may increase by 50¢. If the lot is less than 95% full, then the fee may decrease by 50¢.BART's parking fee policy includes a $3 parking fee cap, except at West Oakland. Single Day, Monthly and Airport/Long-Term reserved parking permits purchased in advance are also covered by this policy. All revenue generated from these new fees will be placed into a special account only to be used for programs for improved station access, including shuttle and feeder service to stations, and much needed station rehabilitation, and modernization.


3 ways to pay:
1. Clipper card: This is the easiest way to pay for your parking. Sign up in advance at www.BART.gov/parking to link your Clipper card to a hang tag for your car, and then you simply tag the card inside the paid area at a Parking Validation Machine. There is no need to remember your stall number or pay cash on a daily basis. (Not available at Glen Park Station).
2. Cash: Once inside the fare gates enter the stall number from your parking space into an Add Fare Machine; pay in cash, and save your receipt.
3. Blue Tickets: Once inside the fare gates enter the stall number from your parking space into an Add Fare Machine; pay with your blue ticket, and save your receipt. You may only pay with a BART blue ticket if you have entered the fare gates with this same ticket.

See more at: http://www.bart.gov/news/articles/2014/news20140103#sthash.WLibuLoi.dpuf

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