Bike East Bay presentation about eBART

Bike East Bay

Are you interested in the bike features at the new BART extension? Bike East Bay would like to encourage residents to bike to these new stations, use the secure bike lockers provided on site, and be familiar with the rules for bringing bikes on the trains When: June 25, 2018 Time: 6:00 p.m – 9:00 p.m Where: Antioch Community Library Make sure to check out our Events Page for new and upcoming events in Antioch! Please follow and like us:

Antioch BART Station Now Open

Antioch Bart Celebration

 Almost 50 years in the making BART to Antioch is ready to roll. Along with a large number of elected officials and dignitaries, Antioch City Manager, Ron Bernal attended the Hillcrest BART Station Ribbon Cutting Ceremony where speeches were made and free preview rides on the new BART to Antioch Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) trains were provided. The BART to Antioch extension officially begins carrying passengers on Saturday, May 26th. It was an historic day for the City and Read More …

Antioch Industrial/Commercial Real Estate Market Continues to Stay Busy

Antioch Economic Development

Colliers 2017 Industrial/Commercial Property Summary & Future Projections The Antioch Industrial/Commercial real estate market continues to stay busy, as 2018 unfolds, the Highway 4 Corridor will be good for property owners and be challenging for buyers. However, dynamics are in place that will cause new construction. Lease rates and price points on building sales are still below the returns needed to encourage new development in East County and land available for development has become increasingly scarce along the Highway 4 Read More …

BART to Antioch is Coming Soon

ebart antiochonthemove

BART to Antioch is Coming Soon The BART to Antioch Extension Project will soon introduce new rail passenger service on approximately 10 miles of freshly laid track between the existing Pittsburg/Bay Point BART Station and the City of Antioch. These stations will use ticket vending machines and fare gates like the current BART System. The Diesel Multiple Unit (DMU) train was chosen to bring BART rail service to East Contra County at relatively low cost; the $525 million extension is Read More …