How to get to Santa Rita Jail in SF Bay Area by Bus or BART


Directions to Santa Rita Jail (SF Bay Area) with public transportation

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How to get to Santa Rita Jail by Bus

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From Costco Wholesale, Danville 60 min
Bus - 95X95X
Bus - 3535
Bus - 11
From City of Livermore 62 min
Bus - 30R30R
Bus - 11
From Whole Foods Market 60 min
Bus - 97X97X
Bus - 11
From Alameda County Fairgrounds 68 min
Bus - 88
Bus - 11

How to get to Santa Rita Jail by BART

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From City of Hayward 75 min
From South Hayward BART Station, Hayward 65 min

Questions & Answers

What are the closest stations to Santa Rita Jail?

  • The closest stations to Santa Rita Jail are:
    • Madigan Ave & Broder Blvd is 37 yards away, 1 min walk
    • Broder Blvd & Santa Rita Jail is 311 yards away, 4 min walk
    • Hacienda Dr & Gleason Dr is 746 yards away, 9 min walk
    • Alameda County Hoj is 809 yards away, 10 min walk
    • Gleason Dr & Hacienda Dr is 861 yards away, 11 min walk

Which BART lines stop near Santa Rita Jail?

Which Bus lines stop near Santa Rita Jail?

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Santa Rita Jail
Santa Rita Jail Santa Rita Jail is a county jail located in Dublin, Alameda County, California adjacent to the Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area, and operated by the Alameda County Sheriff's Office. Santa Rita houses the majority of persons arrested in Alameda County, in the East Bay of the San Francisco Bay Area, and includes the cities of Oakland, Berkeley, San Leandro, Fremont and Alameda. Santa Rita is not the only prison facility in the vicinity as the Federal Correctional Institution, Dublin is located on the premises of Camp Parks. The original Santa Rita Jail was constructed in 1947 on a retired WWII training base near the current site. By 1983, overcrowding had become an issue, and plans were established for the construction of the current $172 million facility, which opened in 1989. Funding for the jail's construction was obtained through state bonds as well as local county matching funds. The current 113-acre (0.46 km2) facility is laid out in a modern decentralized "campus" design, similar to many modern prisons, one-half mile long by one-quarter mile wide. The facility has 18 separate, self-contained housing units, a "core" building containing central booking, release and administration, and a service building containing the laundry, commissary, kitchen and warehouses. Santa Rita is the third largest jail in California and the fifth largest in the United States, and is considered a "mega-jail", specified to hold 4,000 prisoners at any one time, making it as large or larger than many California state prisons. An automatic robotic cart system moves all meals, laundry, commissary items, supplies and garbage through the jail, allowing maximal restriction of prisoner movement throughout the facility. A 1.2 megawatt peak-power solar array was installed in Spring 2002 on the roofs of the housing units, supplying nearly one half of the jail's power demand during daylight hours. This solar array constitutes the largest such rooftop array in the Western Hemisphere. In May 2006, the Chevron Energy Solutions deployed a 1-megawatt fuel cell system that generates 8,000,000 kWh of electricity and 1.4 MMBtu of waste heat (50% and 18% of Jail's needs, respectively) from natural gas.
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