511 is your one-stop and web source for up-to-the-minute transportation information. It’s FREE and available whenever you need it - 24/7 - from anywhere in the nine-county Bay Area. 511 is also an excellent source for carpool and RideMatch services.
Commute incentive programs for residents and those who work in Contra Costa County, including the: Vanpool Incentive Program, Drive Less Commute Incentive Program, and the Guaranteed Ride Home Program.
Summer 2020 Youth Passes Available May 1, 2020! Ride the County Connection all Summer long for $35.
Provides bus service to and from the Dublin/Pleasanton and Walnut Creek BART Stations to Danville, including the Sycamore Valley Road Park and Ride. Updated Bus Schedules available at BART Stations, Danville Town Offices, Public Libraries, and Community Centers. Call 925-676-7500 or visit www.countyconnection.com.
600-series Bus Routes As an additional school transportation option, County Connection’s 600-series bus routes are scheduled to coincide with school bell times. Rides are $2 one-way or $3.75 daily with a Clipper card, or $2.50 each way if paying with cash. Students can try taking the bus for free through 511 Contra Costa’s Student Transit Ticket program. The program offers two FREE 12-ride tickets that can be used on any local County Connection route (including 600-series routes).
When traveling to the Walnut Creek or Dublin/Pleasanton BART Stations, avoid traffic congestion and the inconvenience of locating a parking space. It can be as simple as leaving your car at the Sycamore Valley Park & Ride and boarding a County Connection express bus.
BART has partnered with MTC and rideshare app Scoop to encourage customers to carpool to BART. Participating Carpools are eligible to reserve a parking space in designated Carpool parking areas at selected BART Stations, including Dublin/Pleasanton and Walnut Creek BART. Carpools must have a BART Carpool Parking Permit.
County Connection Route 92x from the Danville Sycamore Park & Ride Lot and the San Ramon Transit Center to the ACE train station in Pleasanton.
Serves Alameda and Western Contra Costa Counties, with transbay service to the San Francisco Transbay Terminal.
Provides mobility management services in Contra Costa County facilitating collaboration and coordination between public and private transportation providers creating a network of integrated options that primarily address the mobility needs of seniors, individuals with disabilities, and low income individuals.
Clipper is the all-in-one transit card for the Bay Area, and in limited locations you can use it to pay for parking. Clipper Cards can be ordered online or purchased locally at Walgreens, 611 San Ramon Valley Boulevard, Danville, CA.