PROJECT INFO

 
Walnut Creek Transit Village is a new mixed-use, multipurpose development that contains a new 900+ stall parking garage for BART patrons plus apartments, shops, restaurants, public plazas, views of Mt. Diablo, and improved access to the BART station.
Construction of the new parking garage at the BART station is now complete featuring:
  • 900+ parking stalls - 120 more than previous capacity
  • Upgraded bus facility
  • New BART police station
  • New passenger drop-off area
  • Enhanced bike and pedestrian paths
  • Artwork by Dan Corson
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The project has added 120 additional parking spaces and improved access and safety for pedestrians, cyclists and buses.

ACCESS MAP

 
Access to the Passenger Loading Zone is available from N. California Blvd., Pringle Ave and Ygnacio Valley Road. Station access for pedestrians is from Ygnacio Valley Road, N. California Blvd. and Pringle Ave. Bicycle access is available from Ygnacio Valley Road and the west access road via the new bicycle path from the southwest and Pringle Ave. from the north. Access to the existing North Garage is from the north via Pringle Ave. and Riviera Ave., and from Ygnacio Valley Road via the west access road. Access to the New South Garage is available from Ygnacio Valley Road at the east and west entries.  There is no passenger loading allowed in the garages.
Please see map below for more information.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

New Bus Facility FAQ

Where can I find information on bus connections from the Walnut Creek station?


Bus connection information can be found on BART’s website. Go to the station page for Walnut Creek Station or follow this link: www.bart.gov/stations/wcrk




What is happening to the old bus facility at Walnut Creek BART now that the new facility has opened?


The East parking lot will be used for construction of the remainder of the Walnut Creek Transit Village project.





WALNUT CREEK TRANSIT VILLAGE PROJECT FAQ

What is the Walnut Creek Transit Village?


Walnut Creek Transit Village is a new mixed‐use development that will contain a new parking garage for BART customers plus apartments, shops, restaurants, public plazas, views of Mt. Diablo, and improved access to the BART station.




Why do we need a new garage?


The New South Garage replaces all of the spaces on the three former surface parking lots at the station in anticipation of the mixed‐use development on the North and East parking lots. In addition to increasing parking capacity by 100 spaces, the New South Garage, along with the Existing North Garage, provides covered parking for nearly all garage customers and includes an improved bus facility, new BART police station, new passenger drop‐off area, and enhanced bike and pedestrian paths. An additional feature is original artwork by urban artist Dan Corson.




How many parking spaces for BART customers will be available after construction? Where will visitors and residents of the transit village park?


All 900 stalls in the new parking garage are exclusively for BART parking. Additional parking for Transit Village residents and shoppers will be built under the future mixed‐use apartment and retail buildings.




Where can I get more information about the Walnut Creek Transit Village?


Please visit www.wctransitvillage.com or email info@wctransitvillage.com.





STATION ACCESS FAQ

Where is Accessible (ADA) parking available?


Accessible (ADA) parking is available in the Existing North Garage and the New South Garage.




Will there still be pedestrian access to BART from the corner of N. California and Ygnacio Valley Rd. (diagonal from Target) or will it be necessary to walk around the lots to reach the station?


Yes, there will still be pedestrian access down the central aisle on the East parking lot during construction. Access will also be available on the sidewalks on Ygnacio Valley Road and North California.




Where can I drop off and pickup BART passengers?


The new permanent Patron Drop Off on the North side of the existing parking garage is now open. Please follow signage onsite to be directed to passenger drop off areas. Passenger Loading is not allowed within the garages.




Where can I get more information about garage construction and access?


For more information, please visit www.wcbartparking.com or call the project hotline at 1‐ 925‐262‐2030.




Is construction parking allowed in the Existing North Garage or New South Garage?


No, construction parking is not allowed within the garages. If you see construction parking occurring, please notify info@wcbartparking.com.




Where can I park my bike?


Bike parking area is located near the Station Fare Gates.




How do I pay for parking in the Existing North Garage?


Click here for payment instructions.





WALNUT CREEK TRANSIT VILLAGE PROJECT FAQ

What is the Walnut Creek Transit Village?


Walnut Creek Transit Village is a new mixed‐use development that will contain a new parking garage for BART customers plus apartments, shops, restaurants, public plazas, views of Mt. Diablo, and improved access to the BART station.




Why do we need a new garage?


The New South Garage replaces all of the spaces on the three former surface parking lots at the station in anticipation of the mixed‐use development on the North and East parking lots. In addition to increasing parking capacity by 100 spaces, the New South Garage, along with the Existing North Garage, provides covered parking for nearly all garage customers and includes an improved bus facility, new BART police station, new passenger drop‐off area, and enhanced bike and pedestrian paths. An additional feature is original artwork by urban artist Dan Corson.




How many parking spaces for BART customers will be available after construction? Where will visitors and residents of the transit village park?


All 900 stalls in the new parking garage are exclusively for BART parking. Additional parking for Transit Village residents and shoppers will be built under the future mixed‐use apartment and retail buildings.




Where can I get more information about the Walnut Creek Transit Village?


Please visit www.wctransitvillage.com or email info@wctransitvillage.com.