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West Dublin/Pleasanton (BART station)

West Dublin / Pleasanton
A view of the West Dublin/Pleasanton BART station from south side of Interstate 580
Station statistics

6501 Golden Gate Drive, Dublin, CA 94568

Stoneridge Mall Road, Pleasanton, CA 94588

37°41′59″N 121°55′42″W / 37.699726°N 121.928273°W / 37.699726; -121.928273Coordinates: 37°41′59″N 121°55′42″W / 37.699726°N 121.928273°W / 37.699726; -121.928273

Connections WHEELS: Tri-Valley Rapid, 3, 3V, 53, 54
Tri-Delta Transit: Delta Express
Platforms 1 island
Other information
Opened February 19, 2011
Passengers (FY 2012)2,373 exits/day[1] Increase 263.9%
Preceding station   Bart-logo.svg Bay Area Rapid Transit   Following station
Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City
toward Daly City

West Dublin/Pleasanton is a BART station on the Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line, located in the median of I-580, just west of I-680. This station was an infill station that began revenue service almost 14 years after the rest of this portion of the Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line, opening on Saturday, February 19, 2011 with a ceremony taking place the day before.[2][3]


Avg. Weekday Ridership
FY* Ridership
2011 652
2012 2,373 +263.9%
Source: Avg Weekday Exits by Station

The station was originally planned to enter into service as part of the original extension to Dublin/Pleasanton, which entered service in 1997. As a result, the station's foundation, along with some communication and train control facilities, already existed on-site.

Construction on the station began on October 29, 2006, and was slated to be complete in 2009,[4] but possible faulty construction delayed its opening until 2011.[2][5]

Its cost was estimated at $106 million,[2] with funding coming from a unique public-private partnership and the proceeds of planned transit-oriented development (TOD) on adjacent BART-owned property.

This is BART's 44th station and is only the second infill station to be built in the system, the other being Embarcadero Station, which opened in 1976.[6]

Transit connections

Bus service is provided by WHEELS, including a line providing express service to the Pleasanton ACE station,[7] and Tri-Valley Rapid (a Bus rapid transit line),[8] using techniques such as signal prioritization and queue-jump lanes to provide faster bus service connecting Stoneridge Mall, Lawrence Livermore/Sandia Laboratories, and BART.

See also


External links

  • official page
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