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Alameda County Transit Oriented Development Sites

Coliseum: Oakland, CA

Coliseum Transit Center


  • Coliseum Transit Village 500-600 residential units, with ground fl. neighborhood serving retail at BART parking lot.
  • Coliseum Gardens 350 affordable rental residential units, 32 owner units, five acre park, 15,000 s.f. multipurpose center
  • Amtrak-Capitol Corridor Intercity Rail Platform New regional intermodal passenger stop for San Jose-Sacramento rail line
  • San Leandro Streetscape New pedestrian, lighting, landscape and vehicular improvements currently underway


  • Coliseum Transit Village ENA (Exclusive Negotiating Agreement) has been signed with the development team. Phase I of environmental, financial feasibility and market study for BART Station and property west of San Leandro Blvd has been completed.
  • Coliseum Gardens 1st phase complete with 2nd phase underway out of a total of four phases scheduled.
  • Amtrak-Capitol Corridor Intercity Rail Platform Project completed May 2005.
  • San Leandro Street Streetscape Project scheduled for completion Summer 2007.

Planning Completed

  • Parking and Storm Water Study for Coliseum Transit Village, 2007
  • Retail and Market Studies for Coliseum Transit Village, 2006
  • Bay to BART Trail Feasibility Study, 2005
  • Concept Plan for Coliseum BART Area, 2003
  • Coliseum/ Oakland Airport BART Station Access Plan, 2002
  • Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Report, 2002

Fund Sources

  • State Sustainable Communities Grant awarded for predevelopment feasibility and market studies;
  • Oakland Housing Authority (OHA) awarded $34.5 M. HUD Hope IV grant;
  • Coliseum Redevelopment funds, including $4M infrastructure funds;
  • State Workforce Housing Incentive Grant for park and creek improvements;
  • MTC TLC, CMAQ, TFCA Local and Regional, TDA, FTA, TE Grants and TIF for streetscape improvements;
  • Additional Miscellaneous grant and ORA funds.

Next Steps

  • Address hazardous materials;
  • Coordinate funding;
  • Address replacement parking for BART;
  • Coordinate how modes of transportation will work with each other – OAC, Amtrak, AC Transit, BART;
  • Fund and construct BART station capacity improvements;
Design, fund and construct connection from BART parking lot to station through UPRR.