Going to Downtown
Old-time Lafayette residents will tell you downtown has undergone a dramatic transformation. The core of Lafayette has remade itself into a vibrant hub of restaurants, high-end grocery stores, coffee shops, bike stores, and related businesses. From La Fiesta Square with the popular Chow restaurant and Papillon Coffee to the restaurants around the Mercantile Building, downtown Lafayette is a premier destination that’s an accessible gathering place for the entire city. The next time you visit, try leaving the car at home and experiencing everything Lafayette has to offer without the hassles and headaches of parking and car congestion.
WALK TO DOWNTOWN
BIKE TO DOWNTOWN
TAKE THE BUS TO DOWNTOWN
- How to ride the County Connection buses
- Route 6 (Lafayette/Moraga/Orinda) route information
- Route 25 (Lafayette BART/Walnut Creek BART) information
TAKE BART TO & FROM DOWNTOWN
COMMUTE TO DOWNTOWN
SCOOTER TO DOWNTOWN
A scooter is a great way to get in and out of town when you don’t need much cargo space.