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Face coverings are no longer required to enter the Berkeley Service Center.

Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday, except holidays.

To better serve you, please arrive by 4:45 PM.

The Ed Roberts Campus is currently accessible by the Adeline Street entrance only. Paid parking is currently not available and there is limited street parking. The surface parking lot is for BART customers only.


Driving Directions to Berkeley CTAP Service Center

From San Francisco –

Take I-80 East toward Oakland/San Jose (Going over the Oakland Bay Bridge)
Take exit 10 to merge onto CA-13/Ashby Ave
Turn right at Adeline Street
Ed Roberts Campus will be on your left. Turn left on Woolsey Street to park

From the Marin County (Richmond Bridge)

Take I-580 East toward Oakland
Merge onto I-80 West
Follow directions for Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond (below)

From Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond

Take I-80 West
Take exit 10 to merge onto CA-13/Ashby Ave
Turn right at Adeline Street
Ed Roberts Campus will be on your left. Turn left on Woolsey Street to park

From Walnut Creek

Take CA-24 West via the ramp to Oakland
Take exit 5B to merge onto CA-13 North towards Berkeley
Take a slight left at Adeline Street
Ed Roberts Campus will be on your left. Turn left on Woolsey Street to park

From Oakland

Take CA-24 toward Walnut Creek/San Francisco/Hayward
Merge onto 980 East
Continue onto CA-24 East
Take exit 2 to merge onto Martin Luther King Jr Way
Martin Luther King Jr Way turns slightly right and becomes Adeline Street
Ed Roberts Campus will be on your right. Turn right on Woolsey Street to park

From San Leandro, Hayward, Fremont

Take I-880 North
Slight right at I-980 East (Signs for CA-24/Walnut Creek)
Continue onto CA-24 East
Take exit 2 to merge onto Martin Luther King Jr Way
Martin Luther King Jr Way turns slightly right and becomes Adeline Street
Ed Roberts Campus will be on your right. Turn right on Woolsey Street to park

Contact

Contact Center
P.O. Box 30310
Stockton, CA 95213
Phone/VP: 1-800-806-1191
Email: info@caconnect.org
Fax: 1-800-889-3974

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