Free ride ends for BART parking

BART parking

BART will soon begin charging for parking at its four remaining stations that have lots without daily fees, agency officials announced Monday.

New $1 daily parking fees will begin on Oct. 27 at the Concord station, Nov. 12 at the North Concord station, then on dates yet to be determined at the Coliseum/Oakland Airport and Hayward stations, according to BART.

The daily fees are required for parking between 4 a.m. and 3 p.m. at stations. Along with parking in “Fee” lots, drivers can also park in “Permit” lots if they have purchased a Single Day, Monthly or Airport/Long-Term permit in advance.

To pay the daily fees, drivers must sign up in advance at to link their Clipper card to BART’s parking payment program. They will then receive a hang tag by mail for their car and can swipe their Clipper card at a Parking Validation Machine inside the paid area of a BART station.

Riders can also pay for parking by remembering their stall number and paying — with cash only — at an Add Fare Machine, BART officials said.

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