Looking for discounts on public transit this summer? The Summer Youth Pass might be your answer! If you live in Contra Costa County, you can ride Tri Delta Transit, WestCAT, or County Connection unlimited for $30 all summer long. Now, that’s a deal. (You can’t even see 3 summer blockbuster movies for that much.)
Summer Youth Passes are valid on local and express routes operated by County Connection, Tri Delta Transit, and WestCAT from June 1, 2023 to August 31, 2023. Not valid on Paratransit, Tri MyRide and Transbay services.
Actual pass price $60. Advertised $30 price reflects a $30 supplement per pass provided by 511 Contra Costa. Passes receiving the 511 Contra Costa supplement are limited in quantity and available only while supplies last.
The 511 Contra Costa supplement is available to youth ages 6-18 who reside, work, or attend school in Contra Costa County only. Proof of eligibility may be required. Limit five (5) passes per household.
Summer Youth Passes are non-refundable, non-redeemable and non-transferable. No refunds shall be made for purchased passes. Lost or stolen passes shall not be replaced. No refunds shall be made if one or more participating transit agency provides free fares during validity period.
Summer Youth Pass is made available with funding from Contra Costa Transportation Authority and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.
Now through June 30, 2013 commuters can apply for either a free Value Express Monthly bus pass, or a free 20-Ride Commuter Card when you purchase one of the passes.
The East Bay Value Express Monthly pass is good for unlimited rides on any County Connection Express bus route (90 series bus routes). The pass is also accepted on Tri Delta Transit, Wheels, and WestCAT fixed route buses.
The Commuter Card is designed for those using BART and the bus in their commute, and is good for 20 bus fares and 20 BART transfer fares.
This special offer is sponsored by 511 Contra Costa is is valid through June 30, 2013. One free pass per household. Return the appropriate application with your payment to:
County Connection – Pass Sales, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord, CA 94520
If you (or you children) are between the ages 6-18 remember to purchase the Summer Youth Pass instead of the regular punch card. This promotional 20-Ride pass sells for just $15 and is good through September 30, 2012. You can purchase the Summer Youth passes at many of County Connection’s ticket sales outlets (look for the SY), on-line, or through the mail.
County Connection has teamed up with Amtrak to accept the Amtrak train transfers for the San Joaquin and Pacific Surfliner trains as full fare payment on the buses. The San Joaquin route travels the Central Valley communities of Stockton, Fresno, and Bakersfield, and the Pacific Surfliner route travels to Santa Barbara.
Train conductors will provide a two-part transfer for passengers upon request. The transfer allows the rider to board buses of any partner agency for free. The transfer slips are valid for two days – the day of issue, and the following day.
County Connection has five weekday bus routes that serve the Martinez Amtrak station: Route 16, Route 18, Route 19, Route 28, and Route 98. For route and schedule information call Customer service at 925-676-7500 or visit www.cccta.org.
The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (County Connection) is proposing to change its Route 622, which operates one run per day on school days only. This proposal re-routes and adds a bus stop on the 622 to serve Tahiti Dr. rather than staying on Crow Canyon Rd. The new stop would be located on Tahiti Dr. north of Bahama Ct. and would be served around 3:15pm on school days.
Currently those seeking to access this neighborhood would have to walk long distances in unsafe conditions. The two nearest stops, highlighted on the map, are located at Alcosta Blvd. @ Woodland Dr. and Crow Canyon Rd. @ Canyon Crest Dr. Both CCCTA and the City of San Ramon support this change.
This routing change, if supported, would go into effect March 18, 2012.
San Ramon Community Center
12501 Alcosta Blvd. – Alcosta Room
Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 5:30 PM
The public is invited to attend the public hearing to comment on any aspect of this proposed change. Those unable to attend the public hearings are encouraged to submit comments in writing to: The County Connection, Director of Finance, 2477 Arnold Industrial Way, Concord, CA 94520 or email to email@example.com
Based on the 5 mile average trip length, County Connection passengers prevented 28,226 pounds of CO2 from entering the air EACH WEEKDAY during the month. Every person makes a difference. You can too! Leave your car home one day a week & eliminate your CO2 emissions by 7.68 pounds each day.
Jennifer is a relative newcomer to County Connection. When her car broke down a while back she found that she HAD to use the bus and BART to get to her job in Oakland. Much
to her surprise, she found it convenient, reliable, and relaxing, and has continued to use the public transit system for her daily commute.
“The drivers are really nice and helpful. I’ve gotten to know several of them as they rotate between the different bus routes, and they are all very professional, but friendly at the same time.” With a bus stop very near her home, she finds her daily routine to be seamless, and most important –reliable. “The buses are always on time, which makes my commute much morepredictable than when I was driving.”
Not only is Jennifer saving money each month, but her “fear factor” is reduced. She’s interested in using transit systems in other parts of the Bay Area to minimize her reliance on a car.
Another side benefit is that she’s made a very good friend – who turns out to be a neighbor. They both take the bus to get to and from BART and soon found they had a lot in common. “Saving money, cutting down my carbon footprint, a great friend – my car breaking down wasn’t such a bad deal after all!”
Thank you Jennifer, for being such a great spokesperson.