Ridership, Buses, and Service
Ridership—Fiscal Year 2018-2019
*Includes approximately 14,500 Transbay commuters.
**AC Transit and BART contribute to a consortium created to provide paratransit services mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Service (as of September 2019)
|Bus stops||approximately 5,400|
|Annual service miles||20.9 million|
AC Transit buses connect with sixteen other public and private bus systems, 23 BART stations, six Amtrak stations, and three ferry terminals.
*Includes 69 local lines within the East Bay, 33 Transbay lines to San Francisco and the Peninsula, 6 All Nighter lines, 2 Flex lines, and 46 supplementary lines.
Approximately 1.5 million people live in AC Transit’s 364 square mile service area.
Alameda & Contra Costa counties:
Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, El Cerrito, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Richmond, San Leandro, and San Pablo.
Ashland, Castro Valley, Cherryland, El Sobrante, Fairview, Kensington, Irvington, North Richmond, and San Lorenzo.
AC Transit also serves downtown San Francisco via the Bay Bridge, and Foster City and San Mateo via the San Mateo Bridge, and Stanford and Palo Alto via the Dumbarton Bridge.
|Administrative Offices||Downtown Oakland|
|Operating Divisions||Emeryville, Richmond, East Oakland, Hayward|
|Operations Control Center||Downtown Oakland, Emeryville|
|Central Maintenance & Stores center:||East Oakland|
|Training & Education center||Hayward|
Bus Fleet Information (as of August 2020)
|BRT Bus 60||27|
|DD42 - Double Decker 42||15|
|MCI - Transbay 45||36|
|ST26 - STB: Small Transit Bus (Cutaway)||10|
|ST30 - Standard 30||90|
|ST40 - Standard 40||348|
|ST60 - Standard 60||60|
|TB40 - Transbay 40||54|
For Aficionados: Bus Series Fleet Information With Picture
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