The Intermodal Transit Center will combine three modes of public transportation (train, ferry, and bus) in one convenient Waterfront location (along Bayfront Boulevard near Refugio Creek). Design of the train infrastructure improvements – track alignment, signals, pedestrian walkway, center-boarding platform and station structure– is nearly complete.
The City is working with a Project Team made up of stakeholders involved in the project including HDR, architect, engineers, developer and transit operators. The Team meetings are ongoing, and provide valuable and necessary feedback.
In addition to the ferry, rail, and bus improvements, an additional 1,300 homes will be located in the Waterfront
as well as commercial, office, and live-work units. The transit center will be easily accessible for bicyclists and pedestrians as well, particularly via the Bay Trail, which will connect to Pinole and Rodeo.
The cost of the Intermodal Transit Center and all related infrastructure improvements is estimated at $81M. This transit-oriented development will be the largest in California!
Assistant City Manager Lisa Hammon is the project manager for the Intermodal Transit Center project. If you have questions, please contact Lisa at 510.799.8251. You can also visit the Water Emergency Transportation Authority web site for more information on the proposed Hercules-San Francisco ferry route