Commuting just got a little easier for residents of Richmond and surrounding cities with today’s opening of a 750-space parking garage at the Richmond BART station.
The five-story garage adds 120 parking spaces to the station and is now the only parking option at the Richmond station, located at 1700 Nevin Ave.
A surface parking lot on the east side of the station has closed to make way for a commercial development, said Chad Smalley, a development project manager for the city of Richmond.
Commuters parking in the garage are required to pay $1 between the hours of 4 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday… (more)
Park and ride in Richmond. If Richmond can build parking garages and rent out spaces for $1 so can San Francisco. Time to take it to the ballot and let the voters decide.
Days like today when the BART system melts down, we need to be able to rely on our cars.