Oakland International Airport station in March 2018
|Location||4 Airport Drive, Oakland, California|
|Owned by||Bay Area Rapid Transit|
|Platforms||1 side platform|
|Parking||none provided by BART|
|Opened||November 22, 2014|
|Passengers (2020)||1,005 (weekday average)|
Oakland International Airport station is a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station on the Coliseum–Oakland International Airport line in Oakland, California, United States. This station is on the system's Automated Guideway Transit (AGT) spur line, which carries passengers between the Oakland International Airport (OAK) and Coliseum Station.
The station opened on November 22, 2014.Unlike the former AirBART shuttle bus system it replaced, the Oakland Airport Connector system is fully integrated into the BART fare system, including the acceptance of Clipper cards. All ticketing machines and faregates for the line are at Coliseum Station; no fare equipment is present at this station.
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