Transportation to Castro Valley

The small, quiet city of Castro Valley winds its way through a series of foothills almost up to the bucolic Lake Chabot Reservoir. And though it may take a little searching to find them, there are restaurants, art galleries, and cinemas that are worth a visit. Plus, it’s got a Rodeo. What else do you need? Here, everything you need to know about getting to Castro Valley.

By BART
Castro Valley is an easy BART ride away, and from there it’s well-connected by various bus lines.

Train: Dublin/Pleasanton
Duration: 31 minutes
Cost: $4.55

By AC Transit
AC Transit operates two weekday-only Transbay buses that connect San Francisco directly to Castro Valley. For weekend service, you can take BART and transfer to various local lines. All Transbay bus tickets cost $4.20 for adults and $2.10 for children and seniors.

San Francisco Stop: Transbay Terminal (Howard Street between Main and Beale)

Line: NX4
Stops: Castro Valley/John; Castro Valley Park & Ride
Duration: 45 – 65 minutes
Departures: Between 4:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on weekdays

Line: NXC
Stops: Castro Valley/John; Castro Valley Park & Ride
Duration: 45 – 65 minutes
Departures: Between 4:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on weekdays

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