OAKLAND (CBS SF) – Parking fees will rise at three East Bay BART stations starting Monday.

The daily parking rate will increase to $2 in Hayward, to $2.50 in Richmond, and $8 in West Oakland, BART officials said.

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The hike is part of a program that evaluates parking lot usage every 6 months. Fees are raised 50 cents for lots that are full and are lowered for lost that are less than 95 percent full, according to BART officials.

There is a $3 cap for daily parking fees, except at West Oakland, the last East Bay stop before San Francisco.

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The last time BART raised parking fees was on Dec. 7, when they went up to $3 per day at Millbrae, $2 per day at Concord and North Concord/Martinez and $1.50 per day at the Coliseum station in Oakland, officials said.

BART riders can use cash, Clipper cards or BART tickets to pay for parking.

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