BART Warm Springs West Access Bridge & Plaza Project

About


This new pedestrian and bicycle bridge crosses over the five sets of Union Pacific railroad tracks and connects the Warm Springs BART station to a new public plaza and the growing Fremont Innovation District. 

Cost and Funding

The total project cost is $41 million. Preconstruction, planning, design, and utility relocation work was funded by the City of Fremont ($11 million). The construction cost of $30 million is funded by the Alameda County Transportation Commission. 

Project Updates

  1. The bridge construction started in Summer 2018 and is now substantially complete.
  2. Remaining work to open the bridge includes integrating BART station infrastructure related to safety, security, electrical, and mechanical systems. Following which the project coordinator and BART will conduct inspection, testing, and training. 
  3. Opening of the bridge is anticipated in late Fall 2021. 



Partners


actc
bart
union pacific

Google Map Showing Project Site (Before)

Satellite Image of Lopes Court changed to Lopes Road

Project Location After Development

Satellite Map with Outlines of Proposed West Access Bridge and Plaza Project

Warm Springs/South Fremont Community Plan Area Major Projects

Warm Springs Major Development Projects Map of Warm Springs/ South Fremont West Access Bridge

Architectural Rendering, Looking East from Innovation Way

Architectural Rending of Bridge and Plaza Looking East from Innovation Way

Architectural Rendering, Looking North from Quantum Drive

Architectural Rendering of Bridge and Plaza Looking North from Quantum Drive

Architectural Rendering, Looking South from Quantum Drive

Architectural Rendering of Bridge and Plaza Looking South from Quantum Drive