Oakland – Jack London Square Station statistics Address 245 Second Street
Oakland, CA 94607
Lines Connections AC Transit Platforms 2 platforms Tracks 2 tracks Parking Paid, Private lot Bicycle facilities Yes Baggage check yes Other information Opened 1994 Accessible Code OKJ Owned by Port of Oakland Traffic Passengers (2010) 355,128 2.18% (Amtrak) Services Preceding station Amtrak Following stationOakland Coliseumtoward San Jose Capitol Corridortoward Auburntoward Los Angeles Coast Starlighttoward Seattle Terminus San Joaquinstoward Bakersfield Location
Oakland (Jack London Square) is an Amtrak station located in downtown Oakland, California. Opened in 1994, the building is located at 245 Second Street in Oakland, it is served by the Capitol Corridor, Coast Starlight, and San Joaquins trains. Through Thruway buses, this station serves San Francisco.
Of the 73 California stations served by Amtrak, Oakland was the eleventh-busiest in FY2010, boarding or detraining an average of approximately 950 passengers daily.
The station was constructed in the early 1990s, opening in 1994. It was built as a replacement for the 16th Street Station, which had been severely damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. An adjacent building was used as the rail station until tracks were moved to the west for the opening of Jack London Square Station.
- Route 58L - weekday-only limited stop service between Downtown Oakland and Eastmont Transit Center
- Route 72 - daily service between Downtown Oakland and Hilltop Mall
- Route 72M - daily service between Downtown Oakland and the intersection of Castro Street and Tewksbury Avenue in Port Richmond
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- ^ "Line 58L". AC Transit. http://www.actransit.org/maps/schedule_results.php?version_id=8&quick_line=58L&Go=Go. Retrieved 15 August 2010.
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Oakland, California Government Economy & History TransportationSan Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge • Caldecott Tunnel • Posey and Webster Street Tubes • MacArthur Maze • Interstate 580 • Interstate 880 • Warren Freeway • Cypress Street Viaduct • Bay Area Rapid Transit • 19th Street BART • City Center / 12th St. BART • Lake Merritt BART • MacArthur BART • Oakland Coliseum Station • Rockridge BART • West Oakland BART • Oakland – Jack London Square Amtrak • Oakland International Airport • Port of Oakland • AC Transit EducationCalifornia College of the Arts • Holy Names University • Laney College • Merritt College • Mills College • Samuel Merritt University • The Crucible • Bishop O'Dowd High School • Oakland Unified School District • Head-Royce School • McClymonds High School • Oakland High School • Oakland Technical High School • Skyline High School Other
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