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Ground Level 171 Transbay Program

Ground Level The ground level serves as the primary circulation hub of the transit center It features a Grand Hall with a prominent Light Column allowing natural daylight into the building The main entrance off Mission Street also includes Clipper machines interactive digital displays and the main escalators and elevators

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AI AC Transit

Bus Storage Facility BSF The BSF will provide parking for 49 buses to reduce mid day deadheads to and from the terminal It would also contain many facilities that will not be available on the main bus deck These facilities include supervisor amenities employee parking a Gillie room for operators and maintenance equipment storage

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City Park 171 Transbay Program

The Transit Center will feature City Park a public 5 4 acre rooftop park The 1 400 foot long elevated park will feature a wide range of activities and amenities including an outdoor amphitheater gardens trails open grass areas and children s play space as

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Bus Storage 171 Transbay Program

The Bus Storage located on the block bounded by Second Perry Third and Stillman streets under the west approach of Interstate 80 to the Bay Bridge was built to house buses for AC Transit during weekday off peak hours when the buses are not transporting riders between San Francisco and the East Bay The project includes among other things aesthetic sound walls

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Construction Management Services for Bus Storage Facility

The Project includes a significant amount of soil excavation and off haul in order to facilitate construction of an at grade parking facility for mid day storage of transit buses sound walls retaining walls fences gates security access control systems administration and support facilities and a bus link ramp spanning over Second Street to connect with the new Bus

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AC Transit Set to Launch Bus Service from the All New

2018 08 09 nbsp 0183 32 AC Transit will transfer our full roster of 27 weekday Transbay Bus Lines three weekend Transbay Bus Lines and our fleet of 140 buses to the Salesforce Transit Center

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STAFF REPORT AC Transit

RE Transbay Transit Center Bus Storage Facility BSF Dear Ms Ayerdi Kaplan On behalf of the AC Transit Board of Directors and staff I would like to thank you and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority TJPA for your continued efforts on the Transbay Transit Center Project We understand it is a large complex project and we appreciate

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ACTION ITEM AC Transit

Transbay Transit Center program includes this construction Once constructed AC Transit will sublease the BSF property from the TJPA per the Caltrans lease terms This Caltrans lease and the District s sublease went for approval on March 9th TJPA Board meeting 1 of 3 Report No 17 079 Page 2 of 3 Caltrans initial lease proposalfor the BSF included a 20 discount from

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Parking at AC Transit Bus Storage Facility 171 Transbay Program

Parking at AC Transit Bus Storage Facility 171 Transbay Program Intercity Bus Facility 171 Transbay Program Intercity Bus Facility 171 Transbay Program Taxi Staging Area 171 Transbay Program Second Level 171 Transbay Program Taxi Staging Area 171 Transbay Program Bicycle Controlled Vehicle Ramp 171 Transbay Program

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The Program 171 Transbay Program

The Salesforce Transit Center and Caltrain Downtown Extension Program costs are estimated at approximately 6 billion escalated to the year of expenditure YOE 2016 The first phase of the project included construction of the above ground portion of the new intermodal transit center bus ramp and bus storage facility

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communications AC Transit

AC Transit Fiscal Year 2019 20 Adopted Budget This budget sees the District beginning revenue service on the East Bay Bus Rapid Transit BRT line after several years of effort The FY 2019 20 Adopted Budget is comprised of 474 0 million in revenues and 471 0 in expenses leaving 3 0 million in revenue earmarked for contributions to our OPEB reserve and District

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STAFF RE PO RT AC Transit

Bus Storage Facility Landlord Services Contract ACTION ITEM RECOMMENDED ACTION S Consider authorizing the General Manager to enter into a Landlord Services contract for maintenance and security services associated with the sublease between AC Transit and the Transbay Joint Powers Authority TJPA of the Bus Storage Facility BSF

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Parking at AC Transit Bus Storage Facility 171 Transbay Program

The proposed AC Transit Bus Storage Facility Parking would expand the use of this facility to allow for off hours nighttime or special event parking when the facility is not being used by AC Transit to help offset the projected shortfall of public

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FAQs 171 Transbay Program

The Transbay Transit Center Program is a visionary transportation and housing project that is transforming downtown San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay Area s regional transportation system by creating a world class transportation hub in the heart of a new neighborhood The program replaces the Transbay Terminal at First and Mission streets in San Francisco with a

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Community Meeting – April 11 2011 AC Transit Bus Storage

Neighbors of the future AC Transit Bus Storage Facility located between Second and Third Streets under the overpass are invited to attend a community meeting regarding the facility The purpose of this meeting is to provide a status update and to present preliminary design options so the TJPA can receive feedback from the neighborhood We are happy to also answer any and

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communications AC Transit

operations ramp up at the Bus Storage Facility at STC This budget cycle begins the initial year of the District s first five year CIP for FY 2020 FY 2024 Development of the CIP has been tightly coupled with the District s Transit Asset Management Plan and is another step in the District s path towards a mature asset management practice

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Bay Area Rapid Transit Wikipedia

Bay Area Rapid Transit BART is a rapid transit system serving the San Francisco Bay Area in California BART serves 50 stations along six routes on 131 miles 211 kilometers of rapid transit lines including a 10 mile 16 km spur line in eastern Contra Costa County which uses diesel multiple unit trains and a 3 2 mile 5 1 km automated guideway transit line to the Oakland

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Value Capture Case Studies San Francisco s Transbay

2012 01 27 nbsp 0183 32 The former Transbay Terminal is an archaic bus facility that is seismically unsound and unable to house underground train platforms The redevelopment will create a modern multimodal transportation hub that will centralize the Bay Area s 11 transit systems extend existing Caltrain rail to key job centers and serve as the future terminus for the High Speed

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Bus Deck Level 171 Transbay Program

The bus deck is designed as a loop that surrounds a central passenger waiting area Buses load and off load passengers from this central island The bus deck level connects to a bus ramp at the western end of the transit center to the Bay Bridge The transit center s bus deck level is operated by AC Transit to service the East Bay

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RE Transbay Transit Center Bus Storage Facilities

Use of the Transbay parking facility by AC Transit would eliminate over 25 500 trips across the Bay Bridge annually and over 366 000 miles traveled annually This would eliminate over 1 500 tons of carbon emissions annually For Golden Gate Transit use of the current bus parking facility at Third and Perry Streets eliminates over 39 000 annual bus