The Bridge Yard
The Bridge Yard is a historic and iconic space located on a narrow strip of land along the San Francisco Bay. Built in 1939 to house the streetcars that once transported people from Oakland to San Francisco via the lower deck of The Bay Bridge, The Bridge Yard has been stunningly restored with many of its original architectural details intact.
On the drive to the Bridge Yard, you’ll see shipping containers brought to the Port of Oakland, a hub of activity and commerce that’s integral to the fabric of the Bay Area!
210 Burma Rd, Oakland, CA 94607
To avoid getting routed to the wrong parking lot, we recommend entering "The Bridge Yard" in your navigation app, rather than the address.
Carpooling and rideshare are always encouraged as a means to reduce environmental impact.
Off of Maritime, turn west onto Burma Rd and continue over the train tracks.
Enter the ‘Judge John Sutter Regional Shoreline day use lot’ on the right.
Follow signs and staff directions to The Bridge Yard / MARCHÉ parking lot.
Via BART/ Bike:
The Bridge Yard is conveniently located on the Bay Bridge Trail path, at the foot of the Bay Bridge.