MacArthur is a crowded stop during morning and evening commutes: "Mornings at MacArthur are particularly miserable because it’s a transfer point between two lines hauling heavy loads." [source] If you do a morning/evening commute to and from SF and if you have flexibility about where to get on/off in Oakland, you'll probably have a better chance by transferring at the 19th Street or 12th Street stations.
Lines that stop at Macarthur BART
- Pittsburg/Bay Point <=> SFIA/Millbrae
- Richmond <=> Fremont
- Richmond <=> Daly City/Millbrae
Yes ($1.50 daily fee, other options are available for monthly reserved, extended weekend, and airport/long term parking).
Lot fills around 7am during the week.
Bike Racks: Yes. There are bike racks both inside and outside the station. You are strongly encouraged to park your bike inside to avoid bike theft!
Bike Station: None. There is no attended bike station.
Bike Lockers: There are 40 shared use lockers available at the station.
One piece of public art in the plaza outside of this BART station was made by local artist Harold Paris. (Three other bronze sea turtle sculptures are unidentified at the moment.)
There are also murals and mosaics inside the station.
Transit Village Project
external link: http://www.macarthurstation.com/
Oakland Wiki page (help us!): MacArthur Transit Village
- Macarthur Bart Official Website