East Bay

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List Of AC Transit Routes - Transbay Service - Service Via The Dumbarton Bridge
... AC Transit operates one route between the East Bay and San Mateo County and one route between the East Bay and Santa Clara County via the Dumbarton Bridge ... Connecting Rail Station(s) Local Travel Permitted Schedule Information East Bay Terminal Peninsula Terminal DA Newark Redwood Shores Weekdays (commute only) Newark, Redwood Shores N/A N/A Route DA Schedule U ...
East Bay, Newfoundland And Labrador
... East Bay was a locality situated near Burgeo, Newfoundland and Labrador. ...
List Of California Street Railroads - East Bay
... Jose Consolidated Railway Alameda County Terminal Railway from part of the Alameda County Railway East Shore and Suburban Railway Oakland Traction Company 1906-1912 Berkeley Traction Company Oakland Traction ...
Andrew Champion - Biography
... Growing up in the East Bay straightedge and hardcore community in San Ramon and Berkeley, he was involved in the San Francisco scene of the early eighties prior to the East Bay becoming popular in the ... name 'Champion' when he had rushed to get a tattoo for the crews' original name (The 'East Bay Champions') ... all over California, Andrew has finally returned to the East Bay and currently resides in Oakland California ...
List Of AC Transit Routes - Transbay Service
... These routes cross San Francisco Bay and connect the East Bay with San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties ... Most commute-only routes operate westbound from the East Bay in the morning and eastbound to the East Bay in the afternoon, but some service is provided in the reverse ...

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