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El Cerrito del Norte Station
Rapid transit
Station statistics
Address 6400 Cutting Boulevard
El Cerrito, CA 94530
Lines      Richmond – Fremont      Richmond – Millbrae
Connections AC Transit routes 71, 72, 72M, 72R, 76, 376, 667*, 668*, 675*, 683*, 684*, 800 (All-Nighter), L (Transbay)
Golden Gate Transit routes 40, 42
WestCAT route 30Z, J, JX (JL and JR variations, JPX
Vallejo Transit route 80
Fairfield and Suisun Transit route 90
*indicates school bus line
Platforms 2 Side
Parking 2198 spaces- Monthly Reserved Point, Daily (free), Extended Weekend, Midday (free), Long Term and Attendant Assisted
Bicycle facilities 28 Lockers
Other information
Opened January 29, 1973
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Passengers (FY 2008) 8,213 exits/day[1] 4.88%
Preceding station   Bay Area Rapid Transit   Following station
Richmond – Millbrae
toward Millbrae
Richmond – Fremont
toward Fremont

El Cerrito del Norte, often shortened to simply del Norte BART, is one of two BART stations in El Cerrito, California, just east of the Cutting Boulevard interchange of Interstate 80. As the name suggests, it serves the northern portion of El Cerrito (El Cerrito del Norte is Spanish for "north hillock"). It is a regional transit hub connecting AC Transit (Alameda and Contra Costa counties: Richmond, San Pablo, El Cerrito), WestCAT (Western Contra Costa County: Hercules, Rodeo, Pinole, Richmond), Golden Gate Transit (Marin County), Fairfield and Suisun Transit (Solano County: Fairfield, Suisun City), and Vallejo Transit (Solano County: Vallejo).

Service at this station began on January 29, 1973.[2]

The city of El Cerrito is planning and searching for funds to develop the area around the station as a transit oriented development (TOD) similarly to other transit villages.[3]



(AC Transit/BART consortium) East Bay Paratransit


  1. ^ Yearly Exits, BART Station Profiles
  2. ^ BART History
  3. ^ El Cerrito del Norte station access plan, BART, retrieved August 9, 2007

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Coordinates: 37°55′31″N 122°19′01″W / 37.925183°N 122.316939°W / 37.925183; -122.316939



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