- Bicycling Resource Guide (including maps)
- Emeryville Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan - Ph: 510-596-3728
- Horton Street Bicycle Boulevard Traffic Calming Project - Find out how to participate
- Ford GoBike
Bike Locker ProgramThe Bike Locker Program is administered by the Public Works Department. Store your bicycle at the Emeryville Amtrak Station for safety, ease, and convenience. Rent is only $25 per year with a $75 refundable key deposit. Proof of ID is required.
For information or to sign up, call 510-596-3728.
Ground TransportationEmery Go Round is a free bus shuttle service connecting Emeryville's employers and shopping centers with the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), 7 days a week. The Emery Go Round runs from the MacArthur BART station. NextBus provides real time arrival / departure information for each shuttle stop.
In addition, AC Transit, the East Bay's regional mass transit provider has routes through Emeryville, connecting to various regional destinations.
Beginning December 23, 2018, service changes go into effect on a number of AC Transit local and Transbay lines. Below is a list of changes. Please note that we have added new trips on Transbay lines C, FS, G, H, J, P, SB, V and W.
Additionally, AC Transit continues to improve Transbay service for our customers. This includes new double decker buses to alleviate overcrowding, streamlined routes for more efficient service, and new trips. Therefore, to support these service improvements and to cover capital obligations for the new Salesforce Transit Center, effective January 1, the new Transbay fare will increase to $5.50 for adults and $2.75 for youth, seniors, and the disabled. You can read more about these changes here.
For more information on all changes, please visit www.actransit.org. The information on our website is available in Spanish and Chinese.
TransitInfo offers integrated transit information covering a wide service area in the East Bay, including a trip planner feature.
RailEmeryville's Amtrak Station (5885 Horton Street) is 1 of the 10th busiest in the nation, with both interstate and intercity (commuter) lines passing through the station each day. Amtrak operates the interstate passenger trains, serving destinations from Washington to Southern California as well as to Chicago and the East Coast. The Capitol Corridor is the intercity (commuter) rail service that runs from Sacramento to San Jose.
Other Transportation Alternatives
ZipCarZipcar operates 6 car share pods in Emeryville. Car share is a membership based "pool car" program, with gasoline, insurance, and other operating costs subsumed under a low cost fee. For regional travel, Zipcar has reciprocal pods in San Francisco and in other East Bay cities.
Guaranteed Ride HomeThe Guaranteed Ride Home Program provides emergency rides home to commuters that take alternative transportation.
Senior / ParatransitEast Bay Paratransit gives rides to people who have a disability or a health condition that prevents them from using buses or BART trains. AC Transit and BART established this service to meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. East Bay Paratransit takes riders from where they are to where they want to go, in a sedan or lift-equipped van (reservation only).
Taxi Reimbursement ProgramThe city's Taxi Reimbursement Program is a taxi-cab / taxi-van based program that reimburses seniors and the disabled for certain travel.
For more information about this program, contact the Senior Center.
8-To-GoThe city's 8-To-Go On-Demand Senior Van Program provides on-demand service to Emeryville seniors and disabled community. This free service provides wheelchair accessible service for seniors in and around Emeryville and to our neighboring cities.
For more information, contact the Senior Center.
- Parking Permit Program Guidelines
- Sample Petition and Instructions - For having permit parking in your area