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Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage

Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage

The County of Alameda is excited to present the Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage project situated in Dublin, California. The 159,000 sf, five-level parking garage has the capacity for over 500 parking spaces, offering preferred spots for vanpool vehicles and electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.

This project is a significant milestone in our commitment to promote and increase commuter ridership and bolster the Dublin/Pleasanton Capacity Improvement and Congestion Reduction Program driven by the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA). Moreover, this project is designed to enhance pedestrian access to the nearby Dublin Pleasanton BART Station and foster connection with public bus/transit options, in line with LAVTA's transit connection programs.

The Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage project has been made possible through generous funding administered by the Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA), the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC), and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), vital partners in realizing this transformative development. To learn more about Alameda CTC and its various initiatives, visit their website at Alameda CTC. We thank LAVTA, Alameda CTC, and BAAQMD for their significant contributions and commitment to improving the transportation infrastructure of Alameda County.

This project aligns with our continued pledge to enhance the quality of life in Alameda County by providing safe, efficient, accessible, and environmentally responsible transportation options that meet the diverse mobility needs of the community. We look forward to advancing this project and further serving our community.

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  • Estimated Project Completion 35%35%
  • Board Approved Budget $34,681,710
  • Stakeholders BOS, District 1
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    Design - Build

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