MacArthur station (BART)

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MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.wikipedia
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Murder of Nia Wilson

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Nia Wilson was killed at the station on July 22, 2018.
On July 22, 2018, three African American sisters, Nia, Letifah and Tashiya Wilson, were attacked by a knife-wielding man, later identified as John Cowell, after exiting a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train at MacArthur station in Oakland, California.

Temescal, Oakland, California

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MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.
The commercial heart of Temescal is Telegraph Avenue, between the MacArthur BART Station and 51st Street.

Dublin/Pleasanton–Daly City line

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Sunday-only service to the station on the Dublin/Pleasanton line began as part of service changes effective February 11, 2019.
Sunday service on the line does not run to Daly City, but instead to MacArthur station in Oakland.

Oakland, California

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MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.
The system has headquarters in Oakland, with major transfer hubs at MacArthur and 19th Street stations.

Richmond–Warm Springs/South Fremont line

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Platforms 1 and 2 serve the Richmond-Fremont line and the Richmond-Daly City/Millbrae line; Platform 1 goes Northbound towards Richmond, and Platform 2 goes Southbound towards Fremont and Daly City/Millbrae.
Initial services between MacArthur and Fremont began on September 11, 1972, with full service to Richmond on January 29, 1973.

Richmond–Daly City/Millbrae line

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Platforms 1 and 2 serve the Richmond-Fremont line and the Richmond-Daly City/Millbrae line; Platform 1 goes Northbound towards Richmond, and Platform 2 goes Southbound towards Fremont and Daly City/Millbrae.

Transit-oriented development

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Because of MacArthur's importance as an interchange and its location in the center of the East Bay, BART has conducted a number of feasibility studies about the prospects of creating transit-oriented development around the station.
MacArthur Station is a relatively new development, with construction beginning in 2011 and scheduled for completion after 2019.

Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line

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Platforms 3 and 4 serve the Antioch–SFO/Millbrae line; Platform 3 goes Northbound toward Pittsburg/Bay Point, and Platform 4 goes Southbound toward SFO/Millbrae.
Service from Concord to MacArthur began on May 21, 1973.

List of Bay Area Rapid Transit stations

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In September 1972 BART's first route opened: Fremont to MacArthur, extended to Richmond in January 1973.

Bay Area Rapid Transit

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MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.
Passenger service began on September 11, 1972, initially just between MacArthur and Fremont.

Cross-platform interchange

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MacArthur station was built with cross-platform interchanges in mind.
Three adjacent stations of the BART system, namely Oakland City Center / 12th Street, 19th Street / Oakland and MacArthur stations, feature cross-platform interchange between the Antioch–SFO/Millbrae (yellow) line and the Richmond-Fremont (orange) line.

Ashby station (BART)

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Service at Ashby station began on January 29, 1973, as part of the MacArthur to Richmond extension.

19th Street Oakland station

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This is not the case for Northbound passengers, as a timed transfer point already exists further south at 19th Street Station.

AC Transit

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Connecting AC Transit transit lines at this station include Line 57 to Foothill Square and Emeryville and Line C to Piedmont and San Francisco.

Oakland Medical Center

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The free Kaiser Shuttle to Oakland Medical Center and another shuttle to Children's Hospital Oakland as well as shuttles to Alta Bates campuses also serve the station in addition to the free Emery-Go-Round bus system to Emeryville.
The hospital has its own weekday shuttle service (the Kaiser Shuttle) that connects several hospital facilities with the nearby MacArthur BART station, in addition to being directly served by several AC Transit bus lines.

Emery Go-Round

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The free Kaiser Shuttle to Oakland Medical Center and another shuttle to Children's Hospital Oakland as well as shuttles to Alta Bates campuses also serve the station in addition to the free Emery-Go-Round bus system to Emeryville.
All routes begin and end at MacArthur BART Station in Oakland.

Emeryville, California

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The free Kaiser Shuttle to Oakland Medical Center and another shuttle to Children's Hospital Oakland as well as shuttles to Alta Bates campuses also serve the station in addition to the free Emery-Go-Round bus system to Emeryville.
The station is located about two miles (3 km) west of the MacArthur BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) Station in Oakland.

Rapid transit

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MacArthur is a rapid transit station of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in the Temescal District of Oakland, California.

North Oakland, Oakland, California

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MacArthur station is in North Oakland, in the median of Route 24 just north of its interchange with I-580 and perpendicular to 40th Street and MacArthur Boulevard.

California State Route 24

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MacArthur station is in North Oakland, in the median of Route 24 just north of its interchange with I-580 and perpendicular to 40th Street and MacArthur Boulevard.

Interstate 580 (California)

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MacArthur station is in North Oakland, in the median of Route 24 just north of its interchange with I-580 and perpendicular to 40th Street and MacArthur Boulevard.

Transbay Tube

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Upon the opening of the Transbay Tube in 1974, the station began to serve Transbay trains to San Francisco.

San Francisco

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Upon the opening of the Transbay Tube in 1974, the station began to serve Transbay trains to San Francisco.

Mark Adams (artist)

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The station included several pieces of public art: an abstract mural by Mark Adams over a staircase (which Adams later replaced with two murals after the stairs were removed), and tile mosaics by Adams and Alfonso Pardiñas in the fare lobby.

Mixed-use development

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These studies have resulted in a plan for the "MacArthur Transit Village," a mixed-use development on the eastern side of Route 24 bounded by 40th Street, Telegraph Avenue, and West MacArthur Boulevard.