Learn about County Connection’s response to COVID-19
On March 16, 2020, Contra Costa County issued a Shelter in Place (SIP) Order. Since then, County Connection has continuously adjusted service in response to the needs of essential services and their workers. These efforts require significant coordination and time in order to implement an effective service profile that meets various demands. The 600 series,… Read more
Last updated: 12/11/2020 Due to COVID-19, many transit agencies throughout the Bay Area face varying degrees of financial uncertainty and must evaluate cost-cutting measures in order to remain financially viable. These are tough decisions and we want your input. County Connection will conduct virtual meetings in the coming months to inform the public of potential… Read more
County Connection collaborates with neighboring transit providers to Pilot a Paratransit One-Seat Regional Ride Program
Attention Riders: In an effort to make traveling across multiple public transit service areas easier and safer for paratransit riders, County Connection is piloting a collaborative One-Seat Regional Ride Program. Participating in the service is Eastern Contra Costa Transit Authority, operators of Tri Delta Transit, Western Contra Costa Transit Authority, operators of WestCAT, and Livermore-Amador… Read more
County Connection is seeking public comment on a pilot program offering a 20% discount on Clipper fares for low-income adults and for youth ages 6-18.