Engage with the City of Berkeley’s efforts to improve transit infrastructure and access.
Public transportation in Berkeley is primarily provided by AC Transit and BART. Please visit their websites for information about transit routes, schedules, and more.
In line with the Transit-First Policy in the General Plan Transportation Element, the City is partnering with local transit agencies to make it easier and more convenient to travel by bus or train. This includes improvements to infrastructure, such as new bus lanes, seating and shelter at bus stops, modifying traffic signals to extend the green time for buses, new crosswalks near bus stops, and installing bicycle lanes leading to BART stations. To provide suggestions to the City for ways to improve public transit infrastructure and access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Projects to improve public transportation
Studying bus and bike conditions on Telegraph Avenue
The City of Berkeley is studying ways to improve bus transit and biking conditions on Telegraph Avenue from Dwight Way to the Oakland border. The study is funded by a grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission. The City will be seeking public input on this study in spring 2022.
Improving bus transit and loading zones on Durant Avenue
The City is partnering with AC Transit on a project to improve the bus transit and loading/delivery zones on Durant Avenue between Shattuck Way and College Avenue. Merchants, commuters, and other stakeholders will have an opportunity to provide feedback in spring 2022.
Improving alternate modes of transportation to BART stations
The City is collaborating with BART on its Berkeley-El Cerrito Corridor Access Plan, which will examine alternative modes of transportation for people who currently drive and park at the Ashby, North Berkeley, and El Cerrito BART stations. Find opportunities to engage with this project on BART’s website.