BART to hold meeting for input on station improvements

CONCORD (BCN) — BART will hold a community meeting Wednesday evening to gather
public input on long-term changes to the Concord BART station.
While BART already has plans to upgrade the station’s pedestrian
plaza and add a new bike station, the transit agency is deciding what other
long-term improvements could be made, BART officials said.
The improvements are part of BART’s overall Station Modernization
Program, an investment into existing stations including stations in downtown
San Francisco, the 19th Street station in Oakland and the El Cerrito Del
Norte station.
At Wednesday’s public meeting, attendees are being asked to rank
the issues most important to them such as improved cleanliness, more stairs
and escalators, better pedestrian and bicycle access and clearer directional
signs, BART officials said.
The meeting will be held at the Willow Pass Community Center at
2748 E. Olivera Road in Concord starting at 7:30 p.m.
Anyone not able to attend the meeting can complete an online
survey to share their input. That survey as well as more information about
the project is available at

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