Effective Monday, April 13th the Alameda Landing/BART shuttle service will be temporarily suspended based on continuing health concerns. We will continue to monitor the situation and announce resumption of service.
Alameda Landing offers a variety of efficient and affordable commute options for employees, visitors and residents.
West Alameda Transportation Demand Management Association
The Alameda Landing Express is a free shuttle from Alameda Landing (stop is adjacent to Target on Fifth Street) to 12th Street on Broadway, conveniently located next to the 12th Street BART station in Oakland. The shuttle operates weekdays from 6:45a.m. to 10:00a.m. and 3:30p.m to 7:00p.m. The shuttle is equipped with exterior bicycle racks and seats 28 passengers.
The shuttle is also equipped with a Global Positioning System (GPS), so you can check actual arrival times for the shuttle on your phone! It’s simple:
These free shuttles are a quick, easy way to connect with virtually anywhere you need to be in the Bay Area.
The shuttle does not operate on:
The San Francisco Bay Ferry terminal is less than 5 minutes away from Alameda Landing. Ferries to the San Francisco Ferry Building, Pier 41 and South San Francisco run 7 days a week. There is also seasonal service to Angel Island and game day service to AT&T Park. Find schedules HERE.
Alameda Landing is a bike-friendly community with extensive bicycle lanes and bike racks (approx. 110 bicycle parking spaces). BikeWalkAlameda.org offers all the information a bicycle enthusiast – or someone looking for a leisurely ride – needs when planning a bicycling trip in Alameda.
Bike lockers are offered to the public at Alameda Landing adjacent to Target for short-term storage only; patrons must provide their own locks.
BikeLink Lockers are also available at the Alameda Main Street Ferry Terminal, a brief ride away from Alameda Landing.
There are two AC Transit lines with stops near Alameda Landing.
Transit Line 96
Serving Alameda Landing.
Transit Line 51A
To Rockridge BART, College of Alameda, and Fruitvale BART.
The Bay Area’s 511 RideMatch Service helps commuters find carpools, vanpools, or bicycle partners. Participants can quickly create an online profile and find fellow commuters with similar travel routes who are looking to ride share.
The FREE Alameda County Ride Home Program guarantees employees who’ve taken mass-transit to work a direct-return trip home in case of personal emergency, unscheduled overtime, or missed rideshare. All permanent full-time and part-time workers employed within Alameda County and who live within 100 miles of their worksite are eligible. Participants do not have to live in Alameda County.
Once a company registers, employees who commute by mass-transit can also register and use the program. Registration for employers is fast and easy – either online or by downloading a PDF form. After the company and the employee register, the employee will receive a packet with instructions on how to use the program.
GRH Hotline: (510) 433-0320
The Alameda County Transportation Commission’s GRH Program is generously supported by the Bay Area Air Quality Transportation Fund for Clean Air.