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BART to build pedestrian bridge at Warm Springs station

A rendering of the pedestrian bridge.
Photo – BART


Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and the city of Fremont, California, are jointly building a pedestrian and bicycle bridge at BART's Warm Springs/South Fremont Station.

The bridge will be constructed over Union Pacific Railroad tracks to connect a new plaza west of the station to the BART station. Work is scheduled to start in January and be competed in 2020.

The project includes a barricade next to the station agent's booth to separate the work zone from the public space. In addition, crews will perform minor construction work on the station’s platform and concourse levels; tie in the west access bridge to the station concourse; and complete modifications to signage, directional tile, guardrails and the station's communications systems.

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