This project is an iconic neighborhood-defining community that provides quality spaces where people can live, work, shop and dine.
This project is a transit-oriented development, which will provide the following:
Located at the Millbrae BART Station, this project will assist in developing sustainable transit ridership.
Some of the benefits include:
Yes. Both the Millbrae BART Station and parking garage will remain open during construction. Safe pedestrian and bike access will be maintained.
Yes. All ADA (American with Disabilities Act) and parking spaces will be available.
Yes. Parking will be reduced in phases, allowing commuters time to make necessary adjustments. Please refer to the map below for relative timeframes.
You may also visit the Parking tab for the latest updates.
BART’s approximately 2,100-space parking garage will remain open and available to BART riders during construction.
As surface parking is closed, there will be more competition for the remaining parking spaces. Customers should look at alternative modes to access the station or plan on arriving at the station earlier in the day.
Yes. Current Monthly Permit holders will continue to have dedicated “Permit” parking areas at the station that will be set aside for permit holders until 10am each day.
However, as surface parking areas close, there will be fewer over-all parking spaces available, which may mean that more daily parkers will take spots soon after 10am).
We recommend that permit holders make plans to arrive at the station before 10am.
Yes. Customers will be able to pay for their Daily Fee parking by tagging the Parking Validation Machine with their linked Clipper card in the paid area of the station. Sign up at ezrider.bart.gov/ezrider/.
Yes. Customers can continue to use the Parking Validation Machine in the paid area of the station.
Please download the official BART app on your mobile device.
Below is a list of carpool options:
Limited bike rack space is available on the Caltrain platform and electronic bike lockers are available via BikeLink.
Caltrain riders can visit the following webpage to learn more about transportation alternatives: www.caltrain.com/MillbraeStationChanges
Continue to visit our website: www.GatewayatMillbraeStation.com
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Starting late 2019, construction is expected to last through Summer 2022 and will be done in phases.
The new loading zone will be protected from weather and will feature better lighting and separate zones for active passenger loading, ride apps, taxis, and 15-minute waiting spaces.
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