Getting Around the Bay Area and Parking
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
This site provides maps, schedules and information about communities serviced by BART. JST is about one mile from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station.
This site provides maps, schedules and other route information for the local bus service in East Bay.
This site provides maps, schedules, and other route information for public transit in San Francisco.
The Clipper Card is an all-in-one transit card that can be used Muni, BART, AC Transit, VTA, SamTrans, Caltrain and Golden Gate Transit and Ferry. It keeps track of any passes, discount tickets, ride books, and cash value that is loaded onto it. Just tap it on the Clipper logo as you enter the public transit vehicle or station, and it applies all applicable fares, discounts and transfer rules. It is the easiest way to pay public transit fares. You can add value to the card as you go, or you can set up your card to automatically reload whenever your pass expires or your cash balance falls below $10.
This site provides information on City CarShare, how it works, and how to become a member.
This site provides information on ZipCar, how it works, and how to become a member.
Parking is at a premium in Berkeley. All parking near JST is either metered or requires a residential permit in order to park for more than two hours.
If you live on Holy Hill and have a car, you can purchase a Residential Preferential Parking (RPP) permit from the city of Berkeley. Check out the RPP website for more information.