All three Cal State East Bay campuses are easily accessible by major freeways and public transportation. The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), AC Transit and Central Contra Costa Transit Authority (CCCTA) systems are the most popular forms of public transportation to CSUEB. For information regarding fares and individual transit schedules, please visit the BART, AC, and CCCTA websites.
Hayward Hills Campus
AC Transit operates Bus #60 between the Hayward BART station and the CSUEB campus: Fees, schedules, and maps are available on AC Transit's Rider Info site. Students, faculty, and staff are also served by a free shuttle between CSUEB and the Hayward and Castro Valley BART stations. The shuttle stop on campus is located outside of the Recreation and Wellness center. This dedicated route for the CSUEB community runs Monday through Sunday during the Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters and Monday through Friday during the Summer Quarter, excluding campus closures and holidays; boarding priority will be given to riders with a valid CSUEB ID Card.
CSUEB Oakland Center
The Professional Development & Conference Center, located at 1000 Broadway, Suite 109, is easily accessible by BART. The Center is located across the street from the Oakland City Center/12th Street BART Station; be sure to exit the station using the 11th Street Exit. From the Oakland City Center/12th Street BART station, or from other parts of Oakland, take AC Transit buses #1, 1R, 11, 12, 14, 18, 20, 26, 31, 40, 51A, 58L, 72, 72M, 72R, and 88.
CSUEB Concord Campus
During the Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters, the Concord Campus has shuttle service from the Concord Bart Station Monday-Thursday for evening classes free of charge for students, staff and faculty.
Limited bus service is available during times the shuttle does not run via the County Connection. Please check the CCCTA Web site for updated schedules on the #10 bus and the 93x express bus from the Antioch/Pittsburg area.