Berryessa Transit Center & Berryessa/North San José BART Station

The Berryessa Transit Center includes one of two new BART stations that are part of the 10-mile Berryessa Extension. 

The Transit Center will promote the area’s environment with architectural and landscaping features that evoke a notion of water flow, natural habitat, and San José’s agricultural past.

Find information about parking at the Berryessa Transit Center.

 

 

How to Access the Berryessa Transit Center

The Berryessa Transit Center is located between Berryessa and Mabury Roads, adjacent to the San Jose Flea Market in east San Jose, and near where Penitencia and Coyote creeks meet in...

The Berryessa Transit Center includes one of two new BART stations that are part of the 10-mile Berryessa Extension. 

The Transit Center will promote the area’s environment with architectural and landscaping features that evoke a notion of water flow, natural habitat, and San José’s agricultural past.

Find information about parking at the Berryessa Transit Center.

 

 

How to Access the Berryessa Transit Center

The Berryessa Transit Center is located between Berryessa and Mabury Roads, adjacent to the San Jose Flea Market in east San Jose, and near where Penitencia and Coyote creeks meet in eastern San Jose. 

The Transit Center has been designed to support all modes of travel. A strong focus on the needs of the bicyclist and pedestrian includes amenities well-beyond the station’s doorways.

The Berryessa Transit Center's bike facilities include more than 180 bicycle parking spaces. There are several bike parking options:

Bicycle parking is located at the north and south entrances of the BART station.

Upper Penitencia Creek Trail has been extended from King Road into the station, through a grant-funded joint project. The trail contains educational displays about the creek habitat, wildlife, and the history of American Indians that historically lived in the area. This 12’ wide paved trail is designated as the Bay Area Ridge Trail; a regional and developing trail system connecting communities, parks and open space preserves. The project also included a new traffic signal and crosswalks at the intersection of King Road and Salamoni Court to provide safer crossing.

Berryessa and Mabury Roads were widened to accommodate six-foot wide, on-street bike lanes and directional curb ramps from both streets onto a 12-foot-wide separated bikeway or “cycletrack.” This path runs parallel to the new station entrance street; Berryessa Station Way, connecting with Mabury and Berryessa Roads and the Upper Penitencia Creek regional trail system.

 

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