BART has doubled the amount of airport and long-term parking spaces for Thanksgiving and urges motorists to reserve permits online.
A total of 1,640 spaces will be available from Wednesday through next Monday, Nov. 26.
The permits enable motorists to leave vehicles at stations longer than the 24-hour limit without risk of a $100 citation.
Airport and long-term spaces are available at $5 per day at all East Bay stations with parking lots, excluding the West Oakland, Coliseum-Oakland Airport and Lake Merritt stations. Airport and long-term parking also will be available at the Colma, South San Francisco, San Bruno and Millbrae stations at $6 per day.
For guaranteed parking in airport and long-term spaces, customers must arrive before 10 a.m., after which customers must park at any available space.
Friday will be considered a weekday and all parking regulations will be enforced. Vehicles parked over the four-day weekend without permits will be subject to citations.
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