North Berkeley (BART station)
|Address||1750 Sacramento Street
Berkeley, CA 94702
Free Racetrack Shuttle
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Parking||822 spaces- Monthly Reserved, Daily ($1/day), Midday (free after 3pm), Extended Weekend (free), Long Term/Airport Permit ($5)|
|Bicycle facilities||58 Lockers|
|Opened||January 29, 1973|
|Owned by||Bay Area Rapid Transit|
|Passengers (FY 2010)||3,817 exits/day 5.03%|
North Berkeley is an underground Bay Area Rapid Transit station located on Sacramento Street in Berkeley, California. The station is bounded by Virginia, Sacramento, Delaware, and Acton Streets to the north, east, south, and west, respectively.
|M||Mezzanine||Faregates, ticket machines, station agent to Exits/Entrances|
|Northbound||← Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae toward Richmond (El Cerrito Plaza)
← Richmond–Fremont toward Richmond (El Cerrito Plaza)
|Southbound||→ Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae toward Daly City or Millbrae (Downtown Berkeley) →
→ Richmond–Fremont toward Fremont (Downtown Berkeley) →
The main station entrance sits within a circular building at the center of a parking lot, while an elevator between the surface and the platform is located at the parking lot's Sacramento Street edge. (The elevator has a dedicated turnstile; however, an Addfare machine, which is used to add funds to an already-printed BART ticket, is only available inside the main station entrance.)
The site was originally an open area across which the Key System constructed its Westbrae streetcar line, subsequently given the letter designation "G". The tracks ran diagonally across the property in virtually the same alignment as today's underground BART tracks. Homes began to be constructed along the periphery of the site, and after the G-Westbrae line was closed in 1941, filled in most of the rest of the it. All of these were demolished in the 1960s to make way for the construction of the North Berkeley Station.
- Eastshore Charter Lines Shuttle Schedule, Golden Gate Fields website, access date 24-02-2009
- "BART Fiscal Year Weekday Average Exits". Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Retrieved 28 July 2010.
- Bay Area Rapid Transit District Biography, BART.gov, retrieved January 23, 2008
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